What happens when an employer, who has been paying a worker above award rates in the belief that the worker was a casual employee, or because it believed that the worker was […]
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Australian Lawyers Alliance lecture paper 11th July 2013 on Partridge v HCC + Preclusion Periods + Contingencies
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In a recent discussion piece entitled: Regulate Recruitment: Why? How? questions were posed about why and how the emerging recruitment profession and employment services industry could be regulated. That discussion prompted a […]
Last Thursday, 29th November 2012, legislation trumpeted as the biggest change in 20 years to Australian privacy laws was passed. The lead time to implementation is 15 months, which should see the […]
SETTING ASIDE DEEDS OF COMPANY ARRANGEMENTS UNDER CORPORATIONS ACT S.447A by Peter Tree SC A. OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY 1. The Corporations Act provides for specific instances in which a deed of company […]