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Publication - 29 Oct 18

The NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC) has been successful in applying to the Civil and Administrative Tribunal (Tribunal) to find a psychologist guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct in relation to commencing a friendship with a former client shortly after cessation of the clinical relationship. As a result, the psychologist... Read More

Publication - 05 Oct 18

On 1 July 2016, the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rollout commenced in Australia, seeking to provide support, both financial and otherwise, to persons with a permanent and significant disability. Recent case law has highlighted a need for greater clarity around support entitlements for participants in the scheme and their families,... Read More

Publication - 19 Sep 18

On Sunday 16 September, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a Royal Commission into Australia's aged care system. The aged care sector has been on the government's agenda for some time. Most recently, an increase in the government's auditing capabilities of aged care resident safety has resulted in an average of one... Read More

Publication - 17 Sep 18

The emergence of blockchain technology provides vast opportunities, including enhanced efficiency, speed, and data security. But are governments utilising these new improvements? Lander & Rogers' lawyers Robert Neely and Joshua Butler explore how the public sector can benefit from blockchains and why being an early adopter may have its advantages. 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

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