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Thinking| 11 Sep 2019
In this edition of our newsletter for the public sector, you’ll find an update on a landmark High Court ruling on free speech, hear about Daniel Simms from the City of Wanneroo and meet Partner Alison Baker, among other interesting articles...
Thinking| 20 Jun 2019
A Queensland magistrate has imposed the first conviction of a company under labour hire licensing legislation in Australia...
Thinking| 18 Apr 2019
In this edition of our newsletter for the public sector, you’ll find an interview with Stefan Grun of VicHealth, an update on our social housing initiative and a great recipe for Easter, among other interesting articles. If you have any comments on what you would like to see in Public Law or any questions on what is […]
Thinking| 03 Dec 2018
Employers beware, the Christmas party is nearing and we could all be in for a legal hangover in the morning! With the end-of-year festivities nearing, and employees taking the term “silly season” a little too literally, employers need to be mindful that their duty of care to employees is not confined by the office walls…but […]
Thinking| 27 Nov 2018
In a controversial decision, a single Commissioner of the Fair Work Commission has found that a delivery rider engaged as an independent contractor by food delivery company Foodora was, in fact, an employee. The decision adds another piece to the puzzle that is the gig economy and will embolden unions and delivery riders to challenge engagement […]