There has never been a better time for advisers to ensure that they are giving sound and holistic advice to their organisation on its compliance with workplace laws. This was the message from Fair Work Ombudsman, Natalie James, at an AHRI ER/IR Network Forum hosted by Lander & Rogers yesterday.
Lander & Rogers recently hosted a lunch for CEOs of Victorian State Sporting Organisations with the Hon John Eren MP, Minister for Sport, Tourism and Major Events.
Lander & Rogers' partner Aaron Goonrey, from our Workplace Relations & Safety group, is leading a series of workshops across Australia in partnership with Employment Law Matters titled "Dealing with Workplace Bullying, Harassment, and Victimisation".
We are delighted to announce that Melbourne insurance practitioner Rohan Bennett has joined Lander & Rogers as a Consultant in our Insurance Law & Litigation practice.
Current economic conditions, advances in technology and improvements in operational processes are constantly changing and challenging the way businesses operate. In order to compete and survive, organisations may regularly find themselves having to evaluate their day-to-day operations and functions, which can ultimately lead to workplace restructuring.
Oshin Kiszko, a six year old Perth boy suffering brain cancer, will no longer undergo forced radiotherapy treatment previously ordered by the Family Court of Western Australia.
Australian law firm Lander & Rogers today announced 24 new senior promotions, including three new partners — Lily Nguyen and Louise Nixon from the firm's Commercial Disputes practice, and Colleen Palmkvist from its Insurance Law & Litigation practice.
A recent judgment regarding a same-sex de facto relationship spanning 27 years reminds us not to assume that the Family Court will automatically adjust assets by way of property settlement, even where a couple has been in a long-term relationship.