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Publication - 15 Jul 19

Now that employers have been given some time to digest the, according to the polls, unexpected result in Australia's 2019 Federal Election, many are still left questioning — what does the Coalition victory mean for the industrial relations and employment law landscape? The Coalition Government's industrial relations policies were limited in... Read More

Publication - 25 Jun 19

The recent decision of Wieland v Return to Work confirms that volunteers can be considered employees and attract the relevant employee protections. The South Australian Employment Tribunal (SAET) has found that a volunteer coach with Basketball SA was in fact an employee and therefore entitled to compensation for... Read More

Publication - 18 Jun 19

Effective 1 July 2019, new whistleblower laws introduced by the Treasury Laws Amendment (Enhancing Whistleblower Protections) Act 2019 (Act) will create an extended set of protections for whistleblowers who make disclosures after that date.1 The Act goes further to mandate that, by 1 January 2020, all public companies, 'large proprietary companies'... Read More

Publication - 30 Jan 19

The end of 2018 saw a flurry of officer prosecutions finalised in NSW and Victoria, including the first recorded sentence of imprisonment for reckless endangerment in Victoria. The cases illustrate an increasing willingness on the part of SafeWork NSW and WorkSafe Victoria to pursue company officers personally for work, health... Read More

News - 03 Dec 18

Lander & Rogers is strengthening its Workplace Relations & Safety practice with the appointment of a dedicated health, safety and environment lead. Cameron Hannebery, an experienced safety lawyer, has joined the firm as a Special Counsel, based in Melbourne. He joins the firm from Telstra where he was Legal Counsel for... 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

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