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Employer liable for compensation even without formalised employment contract
Evidence of an employer-employee relationship before a formalised contract is sufficient for compensation liability.
Australia
20 Jan 2018
2
Back to school from a family law perspective
If recently separated, the most important but the trickiest of your goals must be: Do not fight in front of the children.
Australia
20 Jan 2018
3
Sexual harrassment in the post-Weinstein age - What is next for employers?
Employers should consider an action plan, in case allegations of serious misconduct are made against senior executives.
Australia
20 Jan 2018
4
Outer-limit contracts no longer a sure thing
Drafters of outer-limit contracts should refer to the principles discussed in this case when drafting these contracts.
Australia
20 Jan 2018
5
My tenant has stopped paying rent – what can I do?
As an owner in NSW, what are your options when your tenant stops paying rent - and what is the best course of action?
Australia
20 Jan 2018
6
Term Contracts: What You Need To Know
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 ...
Australia
19 Jan 2018
7
Continuous Disclosure, Insider Trading And Conflicts
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.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
8
AML Extended To Digital Currencies - The 'Bitcoin Amendments'
Digital currency providers will soon be required to adhere to the AML/CTF standards required for remittance sector providers.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
9
Australia's ACCC Alarmed At Increasing Issues Arising From Consumer Guarantees
These obligations are increasingly a focus for the ACCC.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
10
High Court of Australia dismisses application by builder to appeal QBCC insurance payout
Builders should now ensure that they challenge any adverse QBCC decisions before the QBCC makes an insurance payout.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
11
Redbubble defeated in Pokémon battle: infringement of copyright
This recent Federal Court decision shows how consumer and copyright laws can interact with a developing digital economy.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
12
Considerations for employers in the gig economy era
With an increasing number of contract workers, there are many issues for employers to consider in this 'gig economy' era.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
13
Residential Focus - 17 January 2018: Part 1
This article discusses 3 NCAT cases about rectification of defective work and new developments in home building schemes.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
14
Residential Focus - 17 January 2018: Part 2
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
15
ASIC's Product Intervention Power For Credit Products
This article focuses on the provisions relating to credit products.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
16
ACCC Increases Enforcement Of Consumer Guarantees Against Airlines
Following consumer complaints, the Australian Competition and Consumer Regulator has released a report reminding airlines of obligations when dealing with the flying public.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
17
What is my non-concessional contributions cap into my super fund?
Non-concessional contributions caps have never been more complicated, and have a major impact on superannuation strategies.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
18
Construction & Infrastructure News – 17 January 2018
This newsletter includes links to recent media releases, documents and cases relating to construction and infrastructure.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
19
Workplace relations and safety - senior managers set to come under the spotlight in 2018
This article summarises key changes that took place in 2017 and outlines the potential impact over the next 12 months.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
20
Planning and environment in NSW – 2017 in review
NSW planning reform requires patience and timing, and the government has shown infinite patience and impeccable timing.
Australia
18 Jan 2018
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