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Employment & Workplace Relations| 22 Jan 2021
Whether a private employer can direct its employees to be vaccinated is a multi-faceted issue. The central question is whether an employer’s direction to be vaccinated is lawful and reasonable.
Uncategorised| 20 Jan 2021
In the third article of our series looking at some of the key issues for trade mark owners, and their advisors, operating in and entering the Australian market, we provide some tips for exercising proper ‘control’ over your trade marks.
Employment & Workplace Relations| 18 Dec 2020
The Australian branch of international cosmetics company Lush has entered into an enforceable undertaking with the Fair Work Ombudsman, and undertaken to back pay employees over $4.4 million.
Thinking| 17 Dec 2020
As we come to the end of a year like no other and look forward to the holidays, we farewell the year with a bumper edition of Public Law.
Tax| 17 Dec 2020
The Full Federal Court in Commissioner of Taxation v Healius Ltd  FCAFC 173 has overturned the Federal Court’s decision, determining that $158 million worth of lump sum payments made to medical practitioners were capital in nature and unable to be deducted.