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Cooper Grace Ward
This FWC decision suggests that Uber drivers, at least in Victoria, could be independent contractors, not employees.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The Nice Classification is the international system used to classify goods and services for trade mark purposes.
McCullough Robertson
Despite overseas support for Uber drivers, the FWC has found that Uber drivers are subcontractors, not employees.
HHG Legal Group
The words of the FW Act make it clear that any person involved in any breach could be penalised for any underpayment.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Standard essential patents are patents for inventions that have been incorporated into one or more industry standards.
Hammond Taylor
Immigration is now included in a new Department of Home Affairs, with security, counter terrorism, and law enforcement.
Stacks Law Firm
Some vendors in NSW have been demanding that purchasers waive the cooling off period or else the contract won't go ahead.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
Evidence of an employer-employee relationship before a formalised contract is sufficient for compensation liability.
Cooper Grace Ward
If recently separated, the most important but the trickiest of your goals must be: Do not fight in front of the children.
Swaab Attorneys
Employers should consider an action plan, in case allegations of serious misconduct are made against senior executives.
DWF (Australia)
Drafters of outer-limit contracts should refer to the principles discussed in this case when drafting these contracts.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
As an owner in NSW, what are your options when your tenant stops paying rent - and what is the best course of action?
A recent decision of a Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission (FWC) has opened the door to employees on maximum term contracts bringing unfair dismissal claims ...
Sparke Helmore Lawyers
The first topic of discussion today is the application of the continuous disclosure requirements of the ASX Listing Rules in the context of bid proposals.
Digital currency providers will soon be required to adhere to the AML/CTF standards required for remittance sector providers.
Jones Day
These obligations are increasingly a focus for the ACCC.
Cooper Grace Ward
Builders should now ensure that they challenge any adverse QBCC decisions before the QBCC makes an insurance payout.
Carroll & O'Dea
This recent Federal Court decision shows how consumer and copyright laws can interact with a developing digital economy.
With an increasing number of contract workers, there are many issues for employers to consider in this 'gig economy' era.
Holding Redlich
This article discusses 3 NCAT cases about rectification of defective work and new developments in home building schemes.
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Cooper Grace Ward
Resource companies are failing to adequately compensate for the disruption to the business activities of the landowner.
What is modern slavery and what should businesses do to address it and prevent it happening in their supply chains?
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Businesses in food and agriculture industries should be particularly alive to the risk of slavery in their supply chains.
Cooper Grace Ward
Vendors to land sale contracts in Queensland should be aware of conditions that could result in an instalment contract.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Unfair Contract Regime may become useful for people to avoid certain clauses in a lease because they are unfair.
Surry Partners
Parents should document any funding arrangement of a family property purchase, to avoid the risk of a costly dispute.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This brand dispute is highlighting the importance of properly drafted Intellectual Property Licence Agreements.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
PBAs are trust accounts, intended to protect down the line subcontractors from the insolvency of up the line contractors.
Carroll & O'Dea
The appeal addressed how the trial judge could properly choose between competing expert opinions on mental harm.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Principals and head contractors should be aware of (and comply with) the changes, or risk being in breach of the new Act.
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