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By Belinda Winter, Sandra Barry
New FWA regulations and legislation address 'double dipping' claims by casual employees and casual conversion rights.
By Andrew Corkhill
An increasing proportion of mining land was not being rehabilitated when companies were unable to meet their obligations.
By Genevieve Dee, Craig Turvey
It is difficult to include an inheritance in a property settlement, and each matter will turn on its unique facts.
By Justine Woods, Genevieve Dee, Craig Turvey
Article recommends that you seek legal advice before recording a conversation or exhibiting any recordings to affidavit material.
By Rosalie Cattermole
Article explains that transfer duty is NOT imposed if the transaction is ONLY for personal property or chattels.
By Tony Park, Gillian Bristow
The employer was ordered to compensate a truck driver, injured when he became involved in a couple's domestic dispute.
By Annie Smeaton, Gillian Bristow
The NSW Industrial Relations Commission has revised rates and extended GCCD obligations to additional areas of NSW.
By Gillian Bristow
Transport and warehouse operators should ensure they have appropriate insurance cover for goods in transit and storage.
By Fletch Heinemann, Gillian Bristow
Road freight businesses must report payments made to contractors each year, using the Taxable Payments Annual Report.
By Gillian Bristow
The newly approved Code will assist parties in the chain of responsibility to discharge their obligations under the HVNL.
By Annie Smeaton
Report provides a timely reminder to employers in the agriculture industry to review their practices in relation to employees.
By Annie Smeaton, Samantha Ramsay
A settlement agreement at a conciliation conference for an unfair dismissal application was binding on both the parties.
By Annie Smeaton
The ACT Education Directorate entered into a record undertaking with Worksafe ACT dealing with injuries suffered by staff.
By Craig Turvey
Schools should be aware of the terms of these parenting orders and when they could create certain obligations for staff.
By Annie Smeaton
Schools should keep detailed notes to ensure that essential information about any student is communicated to all staff.
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