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Should pay secrecy clauses stay or go?

United Kingdom - April 12 2022 There’s been a lot of debate in mainstream and social media in the past week about major Australian corporates removing pay secrecy clauses from…

Lauren Crossman

What do the Jamsek and Personnel Contracting High Court cases really mean for the future of contracts and the performance of work?

USA - February 28 2022 Most recent commentary on the recent High Court decisions in Jamsek and Personnel Contracting suggests that the Court has confirmed the primacy to be…

Ben Dudley

The evolution of casual employment regulation

Australia - March 26 2021 The original idea A worker stands at the gates of the docks hoping for work. The boss approaches the fence separating dozens of huge containers from…

The gig economy - a new category of worker on the horizon?

United Kingdom - January 21 2021 Over five years ago, in 2015 we wrote a thought piece about the “gig economy” and where it might be headed. Given the gig economy was then only…

Amanda Cavanough

The six investment principles to apply to win in litigation

USA - February 4 2020 At first blush, time-honoured investment principles and the principles to be applied in getting good legal outcomes seem worlds apart. But after…