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Publication - 31 Aug 17

From 1 September 2017, a ban on excessive card payment surcharges will apply to all Australian businesses. The ban has applied to large businesses since 1 September 2016, but will now extend to all other businesses that are based in Australia or use an Australian bank. In this article we outline... Read More

Publication - 16 May 17

The ACCC has signalled a clear warning to franchisors that upholding the protections afforded to small businesses under industry codes is an enforcement priority. This warning came after the ACCC advised that Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (Domino’s) became the first company to pay penalties for alleged breaches of the Franchising... Read More

Publication - 05 May 17

The Supreme Court of NSW yesterday handed down judgment in the first case dealing with the validity of a termination of a franchise agreement for alleged underpayment of franchisee employees. The judgment provides valuable lessons and warnings for franchisors and franchisees that may be on the brink of similar litigation. Ultimately,... Read More

News - 19 Apr 17

"If there had been no relaxation, there would have been an outcry", said Graeme Watson, former Vice President of the Fair Work Commission, in relation to the recent decision to reduce Sunday and public holiday penalty rates, at a recent client briefing hosted by Lander & Rogers.  Commenting that while the... Read More

Publication - 14 Mar 17

It is clear that the Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission's ruling in favour of reducing Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in the retail sector was welcomed by employers in the retail industry. However, there is now lingering uncertainty about what this means for retailers in practice — with... Read More

News - 23 Feb 17

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has today ruled in favour of reducing Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in the retail sector. This long-awaited decision will be welcomed by employers in the retail industry after a tough start to 2017, although the proposed changes to Sunday rates... Read More

News - 16 Sep 16

We recently advised The Myer Family Company on the sale of its one third interest in the nine storey Myer building in Bourke St, Melbourne to global investment manager TH Real Estate.  The deal value was $151.3M.  The remaining two thirds of the flagship Myer store are owned by retail... Read More

News - 25 Aug 16

Speaking to over 300 attendees at Lander & Rogers' annual client Economic Briefing in Melbourne this week, Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist at NAB, said that global economic data in 2016 is soft, but not back to 2008 levels. "This might sound trite, but you know where you're starting from,"... Read More

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