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Vincent Young
The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has rejected an employee's application for anti-bullying orders, after finding the employee had, on occasions, been "blatantly misogynistic".
ClarkeKann Lawyers
As the Omicron variant continues to impact small business across the country, NSW has extended its rent relief measures.
People + Culture Strategies
Employers may decline requests for remote working arrangements if practical and operational reasons make them unviable.
Piper Alderman
The decision in Crown Green Square v Transport for NSW has harmonised somewhat the competing lines of authority.
HHG Legal Group
Some takeaways about de facto relationships in a recent AFR article, with a clarification of certain family law issues.
Piper Alderman
This issue of Blockchain Bites brings you the latest legal, regulatory and project updates in blockchain and digital law.
Swaab
Sacking workers who protested outside CFMEU headquarters was justified as they threatened their employers' reputation.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
If police miss the deadline for when charges must be laid, charges are statute barred and the accused cannot be prosecuted.
McCullough Robertson
When drafting commercial contracts, parties who wish to have disputes heard by arbitration must take particular care.
Moore Australia
SMEs with a turnover of less than $250 million who have been adversely impacted by COVID-19 may be able to access loans.
Holding Redlich
His unwillingness to comply with a government vaccination mandate left him with no capacity to perform his job.
Gilchrist Connell
An applicant must prove exposure to an ongoing risk of bullying or sexual harassment to obtain protective orders.
Swaab
The Omicron variant is generally regarded as milder, but poses health and safety challenges for employers and employees.
Carroll & O'Dea
Regulation of music streaming companies should bring them in line with the governing of music played on the radio.
Holding Redlich
Australia and California both face increased drought, but they approach water rights via different legal frameworks.
Piper Alderman
The changes aim to simplify the requirements of the Code while continuing to promote accurate and balanced advertising.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
It was necessary for the employees to be properly informed and to be given a genuine opportunity to express their views.
Cooper Grace Ward
The Family Law Act states that, other than in exceptional circumstances, each party should bear their own costs.
Cooper Grace Ward
A worker's disobedience or failure to follow instructions does not excuse inadequate safe work procedures and training.
Cooper Grace Ward
Highlights important considerations for employers seeking to balance the evolving needs of employees in the workplace.
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