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Publication - 03 Dec 18

The gig economy’s loophole around workplace health and safety obligations might be closing. In June last year, our article on developing trends in the “gig economy” accurately predicted that this was an area to watch for significant legal developments in the months to come.... Read More

Publication - 02 Nov 18

A recent Federal Court decision found casual employment needs to retain the “essence of casualness”. What does that mean, and what do businesses need to do? A casual engagement. A few hours here, a day or two there. No commitments, no annual leave entitlements, no worries. The Parliament of Australia estimates... Read More

Publication - 03 Oct 18

The Crimes Amendment (Publicly Threatening and Inciting Violence) Act 2018 (NSW) (Act) commenced operation on 13 August 2018. It introduces an indictable offence in the Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) (Crimes Act), for public acts that intentionally or recklessly threaten or incite "violence" on various grounds including "race", "religious belief or affiliation", "sexual orientation",... Read More

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