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Publication - 13 Dec 17

A Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia has upheld the decision of a trial judge that the Australian College of Dermatologists did not directly or indirectly discriminate against a doctor seeking to become a registered dermatologist by requiring him to pass the College's final written and clinical examinations. Read More

News - 10 Oct 17

We wish to congratulate Patrizia (Pat) Mercuri who was recently appointed a judge of the Federal Circuit Court. This is a wonderful achievement for Pat whose commitment to legal excellence has been the cornerstone of her career as an industrial, discrimination, and employment lawyer. Pat joined the Lander & Rogers partnership... Read More

Publication - 24 Aug 17

*Let’s dissect our favourite legal alliteration. What does “adverse action” actually mean and why does it matter?* In our previous article, we discussed the ins and outs of workplace rights and what people are entitled to at work. Read More

Publication - 09 May 17

Our Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin contains articles on topical issues for employers. In this edition: if you can rely on a criminal record to make employment decisions; when post-employment restraints can be justified; and whether an employer can investigate an employee’s Facebook page without breaking privacy laws.... Read More

Publication - 22 Nov 16

Our Workplace Relations & Safety Bulletin contains articles on topical issues for employers. In this edition: the legalities of gardening leave; the importance of a notice of employee representational rights in the bargaining of an enterprise agreement; and the safety obligations that may pose a risk in the retail supply chain. Read More

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