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Adverse action proceedings, or threats to bring such proceedings, appear to be increasing and are now often seen as a quasi unfair dismissal jurisdiction for senior employees who would not otherwise have access to that regime.
3 Jun 2013
A recent decision of the Federal Court found that an enterprise agreement, which referred to an internal disciplinary policy document, did not incorporate the terms of that document into the agreement.
3 Jun 2013
The NSW Supreme Court's keenly anticipated decision in Waller v James  NSWSC 497 has given some useful guidance about several damages issues in wrongful birth claims.
10 May 2013
When parties are negotiating contracts, usually one of the key outcomes they are hoping to achieve is certainty.
6 May 2013
Alliancing, as a project delivery model, has come a long way since its beginnings in the North Sea Oil & Gas industry, and its subsequent uptake in Australia in the mid-1990s.
1 May 2013