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Federal Government added as a party to Federal Court casual test case
This announcement follows vocal concerns from employers that workers may be able to 'double dip' on their entitlements.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
2
Are your casual employees truly casual?
Paying a casual loading does not mean an employee is a casual and may not remove the obligation to pay annual leave.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
3
5 strategies to use the prior art to assist in product development
Searching prior art (everything known and published in the field at the time) is essential when developing inventions.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
4
Have we reached peak data breach notification fatigue?
If you are regulated by the Australian Privacy Act and you have a notifiable data breach, you must report that breach.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
5
SkillSelect update - 16 October 2018
SkillSelect is an online service which helps to manage Australia's skilled migration program, based on economic needs.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
6
Inside track: Healthcare
This newsletter includes links and summaries to recent media releases and new developments relating to healthcare law.
Australia
19 Oct 2018
7
Same, same but different – why you should not assume copycat business names will not be registered
The Tribunal adopts a very narrow approach, that sets out an exhaustive list of words considered to be "identical" names.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
8
The battle of the forms continues
Based on the parties conduct, the 'last shot' doctrine of contract interpretation applied, despite the previous contract.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
9
Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law
This article includes summaries and links to recent media releases and cases relating to competition and consumer law.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
10
You have a buyer for your business. But how will you and others be affected after the sale?
After the sale of your business, specific restrictions may apply to you, your employees and possibly your shareholders.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
11
Along for the ride: Considering the legal and practical consequences of self-driving vehicles
The RAC Intellibus is a fully automated, electric shuttle bus launched on public roads, as a trial, in South Perth, WA.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
12
National survey on sexual harassment in the workplace paints an ugly picture!
Employees should receive copies of all relevant workplace behavioural policies, with any updates and regular training.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
13
Is blockchain technology set to disrupt the Australian property market?
Benefits have been reported in improved speed of property transactions and in the security and verification of contracts.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
14
That Climate Change Report: What did it say, what does it mean?
This is an overview of the latest IPCC report on climate change, with implications for Australia's resources industries.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
15
Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety: Terms of Reference and Next Steps
The Terms of Reference are broad and authorise the investigation of various matters relating to the aged care industry.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
16
Accessing superannuation before retirement – navigating your superannuation policy in times of terminal illness or financial hardship.
You may be able to access your superannuation account early before retirement age on certain discretionary grounds.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
17
Green Loans Market set to grow?
Over the last few years we have seen increased investment in green projects from various industries across the board.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
18
"Do What Jesus Would Do" Organ Donor Ad Sparks Controversy In Australia
Dying to Live said, "No doubt this will create some heated discussion.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
19
Ride2Work Day: What role has intellectual property played in the success of the Brompton folding bike?
Designed for commuters, the Brompton folding bike is protected by several internationally registered trade marks.
Australia
18 Oct 2018
20
Class Actions And Continuous Disclosure: The Battle Commences
The continuous disclosure and class action laws in Australia are again under scrutiny, with the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) releasing a discussion paper, the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) encouraging discussion, and Law Firms Australia (LFA) advocating change.
Australia
17 Oct 2018
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