Recent public interest immunity cases give useful guidance for government entities who may be contemplating a claim in the future. Document
The Fair Work Commission has ordered an applicant to hand over "without prejudice" files, sending a warning to anyone thinking of drafting these
An employer's workplace investigation proved critical in holding that adverse action had not been taken for a prohibited reason.
Employees have a right to raise concerns about their pay rates and entitlements without the fear of being dismissed or victimised
A recent decision in the Federal Court has sent a solid message to employers that employees have a right to raise concerns about their pay rates and entitlements without the fear of being sacked or victimised.
Changes to the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (Qld) (BCCMA) will mean that previously accurate disclosure statements for proposed off-the-plan lots will now be inaccurate.
Your insurer goes bust - can you as an insured claim the reinsurance proceeds?
It is commonplace in litigation involving claims of misleading or deceptive conduct or passing off to rely on evidence obtained by way of "trap" orders or dealings.
Employers can be at risk of being found to have unlawfully taken adverse action against employees or prospective employees.
Parties will be required to take "genuine steps" to resolve disputes before commencing certain proceedings in federal courts.