Category: Dispute Resolution

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POSTED: 01 Feb 2019
The recent Fair Work Commission appeal decision of Adam Miller (employee) v Urban Pedaler (employer) [2018] FWCFB 4166, has sent a powerful reminder to all employers when they decide to raise and address performance issues against an employee.
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POSTED: 30 Oct 2018
The Court of Appeal recently dismissed a tenant’s case against a landlord for Misleading and Deceptive Conduct.
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POSTED: 07 Sep 2018
In the recent case of Myers v Clark (2018) NSWSC 1029, the Court granted the wife’s request to sell two properties jointly owned by the divorced couple and ordered the appointment of trustees for the sale of two properties in Londonderry, NSW, despite the husband making mortgage repayments on the properties in lieu of child support.
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POSTED: 13 Jul 2018
Have you ever considered whether the gifts you make to your children through your estate will in fact be shared by ALL of your children??
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POSTED: 22 Jun 2018
Given the ease and speed of signing online contracts we can sometimes do so without the care and diligence we might have applied had we signed old school (with a pen on paper). So technology affords us great speed and convenience which can lull us into a false sense of security.
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POSTED: 15 May 2018
Taking the first steps toward building or renovating a home can be exciting and fulfilling.
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POSTED: 01 May 2018
The vexed question of whether to pay or not pay redundancy if not seriously considered prior to actioning can be a costly exercise both in monetary terms and also a significant distraction to your business.In the case of United Voice (on behalf of employees) v Berkeley Challenge Pty Ltd (the employer) [2018] FCA 224, the Federal Court of Australia decided the employer should pay 20 employees redundancy.
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POSTED: 24 Apr 2018
Being a successful business in today’s world means you not only need to use the cutting-edge technology on offer, but you also need to ensure that your business is up to speed with its obligations to protect against data breaches.
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POSTED: 23 Mar 2018
The purpose of this article is to alert you to the Employment Law services that we provide and which we have recently expanded because of the importance in this area of the law.Whilst we have been involved in many Employment Law related drafting, issues and disputes for businesses of all sizes over the last 20+ years, given what we see as a probable increase in activity in this area we have added to our personnel so as to be equipped to assist you as and when needed be it a dispute or front end drafting.Simon Kumar who practices out of our Campbelltown office has vast practical experience in dealing with a wide range of matters for employers, including in the...
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POSTED: 06 Mar 2018
In Stolyar v Towers [2018] NSWCA 6, the New South Wales Court of Appeal recently decided on an all too common issue experienced by adjoining neighbors; parking a car on a shared piece of property.
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