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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 25 Jul 2014

Doctor’s certificate… can I get a second opinion?

From time to time I find myself discussing issues related to the amount of information (or more accurately, the lack of information) recorded on an…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 21 Jul 2014

Understanding ‘make good’ obligations - some common traps

Is the tenant required to strip the premises back to an empty shell? Is the tenant required to simply repaint and replace floor coverings? If…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 21 Jul 2014

Assignment of lease – what landlords need to know

When a tenant approaches you to assign their lease, your first port of call should be the terms and conditions contained in the lease itself. The…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 17 Jul 2014

Staying online and secure - is your data protected?

In 2014 we have technology that allows us to access our emails, data and files at the touch of a button. Our phones and tablets allow us to stay…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 17 Jul 2014

Understanding your lease - your make good obligations and some common traps to avoid

The success of your business is often dependent on its location. When you find a premise in the right location it is tempting to agree to the lease…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 9 Jul 2014

Special contribution: we think not

Clients are often under the assumption that contributing a greater amount financially than their stay at home ex partner will entitle them to a…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 8 Jul 2014

What if your employee refuses to sign the social media policy?

The above question was answered in the case of Malcolm Pearson v Linfox Australia Pty Ltd [2014] FWC 446. In that case, over a period just short of…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 8 Jul 2014

Cheat sheet - key changes in the employment space from 1 July 2014

The beginning of the new financial year brings about the start of new budgets, targets and KPIs for a lot of organisations, but it also means the…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 3 Jul 2014

New financial year employment law update

We're in a new financial year, which means many reference points relevant to employment law change, because of annual indexation and changes to the…
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Coleman Greig Lawyers | Australia | 3 Jul 2014

Amendments to the Building & Construction Industry Security of Payments Act

The long awaited amendments to the Building & Construction Industry Security of Payments Act 1999 NSW (SOPA) are now in effect and Principal…
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