Employer’s may be hesitant to dismiss an employee who has recently made a complaint against the company for fears of an unfair dismissal complaint. Whilst an Employer can not dismiss an employee for making a legitimate complaint, what if there is a different, genuine reason for dismissal?
On 25 November 2022, the NSW Government completed public consultations for the following proposed bills to ensure best practices regulation of building work within the building and construction sector by 2025:
The recent case of Randwick City Council v Belle Living Pty Ltd (No 2)  NSWLEC 100 (Belle Living) concerned relief sought by Randwick City Council (Council) as the Applicant in relation to a complying development certificate (CDC) and orders issued by the Council to restrain demolition works.
Earlier this year Partners Adam Seton and Jisella Corradini-Bird of Marsdens Law Group successfully defended an appeal against Lismore City Council’s refusal of a development application seeking a residential subdivision in Goonellabah. The Court held that the Applicant had failed to adequately identify and assess the impacts of the proposed...
On and from 4 September 2023, the Revenue, Fines and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2023 (NSW) came into effect (the Act). The Act makes a number of important amendments to the following pieces of legislation: