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CU LAB: Contractor management and work health safety - who's responsible?
27 Apr 2015
There's a way principals can respond to concerns about a contractor's safety record, without assuming control and taking on additional responsibilities, says Shae McCartney.
A taxing problem of Olympic proportions: no copyright in a digital data signal
23 Apr 2015
The Copyright Act does not cover digitally created streams of data representing the sounds and images of the event which become the broadcasts we watch.
Clayton Utz Foundation helping fund Health Justice Partnership
16 Apr 2015
Executive Director of ARC Justice, Peter Noble talks about the Health Justice Partnership – a project to ensure that the most disadvantaged Australians have access to legal assistance.
Five steps for making good project applications
16 Apr 2015
A good project application can set you up for success, so it's worth getting it right. Kathryn Pacey set out the five basic steps in developing and implementing your approvals strategy.
Results are in for the first Emissions Reduction Fund
24 Apr 2015
The results of the inaugural Emissions Reduction Fund auction, released yesterday, will give industry some valuable guidance for the next one – which is yet to be announced.
Clayton Utz and The Wayside Chapel's Aboriginal Project
16 Apr 2015
Wayside's Pastor and CEO Graham Long talks about The Wayside Chapel's Aboriginal Project.
Concerns over toilet pressure not enough for industrial action
16 Apr 2015
The Federal Court has held that workers concerns over toilet pressure on a construction site is not enough of an imminent threat to safety which would justify industrial action, as Jennifer Wyborn and Lauren Haywood explain.
Bullying claim for bizarre injury rejected
16 Apr 2015
The injury claimed by the worker might be unusual, but, say Jennifer Wyborn and Lauren Haywood, there are lessons in this bullying case for all employers.
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