While the Victorian Court of Appeal rejected a worker’s claim of direct discrimination, a finding of indirect discrimination by the Victorian Civil
In a recent decision of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT), Maddocks successfully represented Boroondara City Council in a
A 16 year old female sailor, who was excluded from participating with her father in a ‘men’s 49er class’ sailing event at a world sailing regatta held
The Victorian Supreme Court recently issued a stunning decision awarding an employee over $600,000 comprising $210,000 for pain and suffering and the
The Victorian Supreme Court has recently dismissed a challenge to an amendment to the Victoria Police Manual Uniform and Appearance Standards, which
We all become sick of mornings at some point, whether it’s 'Mondayitis' or extreme regret at signing up for 5am corporate boot-camp with your
Goode v Common Equity Housing Ltd 2014 VSC 585 - Tribunal obliged to consider whether conduct of social housing provider was contrary to the
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has granted another exemption to a coeduational school to permit gender based discrimination to
On 16 December 2011, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (Tribunal) made its decision in Hakki Suleyman v The Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and the President of the Legislative Council of the Parliament of the State of Victoria 2011 VCAT 2305.
The recent appeal decision of the Victorian Supreme Court in Patrick Stevedoring v Victorian WorkCover Authority demonstrates that the Victorian courts are willing to strictly enforce the anti-discrimination provisions under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (Vic), potentially setting the precedent for the enforcement of the new anti-discrimination provisions under the Model Work Health and Safety Act.