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The Bar 03 August 2023 ByLauren CroftLegal implications and lessons from Network Ten v van Onselen

Last month, NSW Supreme Court Justice David Hammerschlag found that Peter van Onselen breached his redundancy contract...

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Big Law 13 April 2023 ByPaul O'HalloranTop 7 myths about employment law

There are some common myths about employment law that seem to arise frequently with both clients and non-employment...

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Big Law 27 March 2023 ByLauren CroftWith 90 per cent of the Australian workforce reportedly overwhelmed...

With 90 per cent of the Australian workforce reportedly overwhelmed and despite new WHS regulations coming into play in...

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SME Law 06 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyMid-tier firm Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA) has...

Mid-tier firm Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors (ABLA) has closed its corporate and commercial practice and is...

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Big Law 04 March 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyWorkplaces under scrutiny: What’s hot in law this week (27 Feb-3...

Myriad workplace issues and trends — from treatment of staff to greenwashing, from virtual courts to leadership traits...

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Big Law 23 February 2023 ByPaul O'HalloranWhat does ChatGPT mean for employment lawyers?

To test the benefits or detriments of ChatGPT to the practice of employment law, I ran some employment law questions...

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Big Law 07 February 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyKWM welcomes back employment lawyer as partner

Global law firm King & Wood Mallesons has bolstered its national employee relations and safety practice by bringing...

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Big Law 16 January 2023 ByJess Feyder How can employment and safety lawyers face 2023?

“Courts are challenging the norms in employment and safety law,” says this Dentons partner. He divulges what...

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Big Law 12 December 2022 ByLauren CroftLegal implications of being assaulted at work

Whilst employers have a legal obligation to protect their staff, incidents of assault and harassment in the workplace...

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Big Law 21 November 2022 ByJess Feyder20-year-old law student represents himself against former employer

A University of Leeds second-year law student has represented himself in his first-ever case; he defended a claim...

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