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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 13 Jun 2019

FWC Proposes the Introduction of Additional Requirements for Award Based Annualised Wage Arrangements

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) handed down its interim decision regarding Annualised Wage Arrangements as part of its four yearly review of Modern

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 5 Jun 2019

Fair Work Rejects ‘Living Wage’ Argument of the ACTU in Minimum Wage Review Decision

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) in handing down its minimum wage review decision has rejected the ACTU’s push for a ‘living wage’ as part of its

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 30 May 2019

New Whistleblower Protection Laws are Coming

Australia’s new whistleblower protection laws will come into operation on 1 July 2019, expanding the current protections and imposing new requirements

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 30 May 2019

ALP Proposes Worker Friendly Changes to its Fair Work Regime

In Australia, since John Hewson’s Fightback! package was released in 1991, the major political parties have, in opposition, been cautious about committing to significant ‘courageous’ reforms in the lead up to a Federal election.

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 17 May 2019

“The Thorn Birds Between Two Roses”: Conflicting Wills

Australia’s famous author of “The Thorn Birds”, Colleen McCullough (who died in 2015) provided a great source of entertainment through her writing for

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 17 May 2019

The Benefits of Incorporating a Testamentary Trust in Your Will

A trust is a relationship that arises at law under which an entity (trustee) holds property for the benefit of another (beneficiary). A common example

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 17 May 2019

Do you own your Trade Mark?

A trade mark may be one of the most valuable assets of a business. It may be a name, a word or words, or a logo, or a combination of these.

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia, European Union | 17 May 2019

EU Data Bomb: Australian Collateral Damage

On 25 May 2018 the European Union EU or Union General Data Protection Regulation GDPR came into effect. The GDPR is a law directed to the

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 10 May 2019

Branding for WET

When the Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) Act1 was amended with effect from 1 July 2018 to introduce additional eligibility criteria to claim the WET

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DW Fox Tucker Lawyers | Australia | 10 May 2019

Time To Review Documents With Warranties to Consumers

Does your business give warranties against defects for goods or services? If so, you may need to be aware of changes that have been made to the

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