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Promising to derive greater economic, social and environmental outcomes from the use of Crown land, reforms may give interested parties more opportunity to compete for the use of Crown land, and could see existing users required to demonstrate the commercial or community value which they offer through their ongoing use, as Brendan Bateman and Eugene Tan explain.
09 May 2014
Even if the terms of the contract or enterprise agreement stipulate a particular standard of health and safety, the overarching statutory framework may justify additional requirements for employees, as Michael Byrnes explains.
01 May 2014
The ACCC hasn't changed its policy on cartel immunity very much, but it has made it easier to understand, say Michael Corrigan and Elizabeth Richmond.
11 Apr 2014
The de Laps case suggests that a support person for the purposes of section 387(d) of the Fair Work Act does not have an advocacy role.
10 Apr 2014
Mark Waller and Chris Erfurt highlight some risks for boards to consider when deciding how or what to disclose to the market in relation to litigation, and how to manage them before problems arise.
04 Apr 2014