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Russell Kennedy | Australia | 23 Jan 2020

Is there a right to be afforded procedural fairness in a compulsory acquisition?

In November 2018, the registered proprietor and caveator (as purchaser under a terms contract of sale) were served with a notice of intention to


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 22 Jan 2020

Considering offering a self-management option in home care? Key considerations for aged care providers moving into the home care space

N 2018, Russell Kennedy published an article about the challenges for aged care providers when offering self-management models to home care clients


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 14 Jan 2020

Seperation - where to start?

Are you going through a separation, or considering separating from your partner? If so, you will be dealing with a range of emotional and practical


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 24 Dec 2019

Industrial Manslaughter - substantial new penalties for work related deaths

The Victorian Government has introduced substantial new penalties for work related deaths. The Workplace Safety Legislation Amendment (Workplace


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 19 Dec 2019

Western Australia passes voluntary assisted dying laws: Comparing the Victorian and Western Australian schemes

Western Australia (WA) has become the second state in Australia to legalise voluntary assisted Dying (VAD) after Victoria. The Voluntary Assisted


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 16 Dec 2019

Annualised wages - new obligations on employers

Earlier this year, the Fair Work Commission published its decision in relation to the 4 year review of annualised wage arrangements in modern awards


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 13 Dec 2019

Major restructurings in the agriculture industry

In late 2017, the agribusiness sector was uncertain as to the likely impact(s) that the three agribusiness mega mergers undergoing review at that


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 13 Dec 2019

Health Bulletin 13 December 2019

In this edition: Endometriosis research, My Health Record findings, AI and Twitter used for early detection of disease outbreaks, mesh-injured women


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 9 Dec 2019

Further changes to restraint rules in aged care: Clarity on the responsibilities of providers

Following the commencement of the new restraint rules (found in Part 4A of the Quality of Care Principles) in July 2019, aged care providers have


Russell Kennedy | Australia | 5 Dec 2019

Aged Care Bulletin 5 December 2019

In this edition: New Medicare support for older Australians, doctors develop new Standards for aged care, department updates material change form

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