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Publication - 23 Aug 18

Corporate partner Deanna Constable's insights from her latest trip to Tokyo delve into the challenges and hoped-for solutions to Japan's shrinking workforce and productivity. Deanna considers different strategies from the use of AI, new workplace policies, improved electronic payment systems, and investor confidence through improved corporate governance. Read More

Publication - 29 May 18

Jane Fiske, Partner in the Lander & Rogers’ Health & Ageing team, discusses what should and should not be included in patient records and explains why good record keeping is essential.... Read More

Publication - 09 May 18

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) has been successful in applying to the Civil and Administrative Tribunal (Tribunal) to find a chiropractor guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct and professional misconduct, with subsequent cancellation of his registration. Disciplinary proceedings were taken against former chiropractor, Mr James Ellis Hopper (Practitioner), in the... Read More

Publication - 08 May 18

Rob Muir, Special Counsel in the Lander & Rogers Health & Ageing team, provides an overview to help practitioners, hospitals, allied health staff, and aged care organisations better understand their obligations to report deaths to the Coroner. Rob covers when to prepare a death certificate and clarifies what is a... Read More

Publication - 03 May 18

In May 2017, Coroner Gregory McNamara finalised his investigation into the death of an aged care resident, Mrs Moira McCarthy who died from complications related to a fall that occurred during a transfer with a lifting machine. Read More

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