In certain circumstances, a demotion can constitute a termination of employment even though technically, the employment relationship continues. This potentially leaves employers at risk of unfair dismissal and other dismissal related applications.
Failing to correctly make deductions from an employee’s wage can have costly consequences for individuals and corporations.
The preventative steps all employers should take in order to minimise the risks associated with work Christmas parties
There are a number of preventative steps that employers should take in order to minimise the risks associated with Christmas parties.
Unsure of your first aid obligations in the workplace? Partner Michelle Dawson outlines the seven things you need to know.
PPSR Series: The $23 million dollar mistake – the consequences of getting your PPS registration wrong!
In a recent case an asset financing and leasing company failed to validly register their PPSR interest - a mistake resulting in the company losing their $23 million security.
Valuer and Retail Leases Update – Failure by landlord to repair air-conditioning allows tenant to terminate lease
VCAT rules landlord’s procrastination or non-performance to remedy air-conditioning was grounds for termination of lease.
Madgwicks Technology Partner Dudley Kneller delved into the issue of technology's impact on the legal sector as a panellist on the LexisNexis Legal Frontiers: From AI to Ethics Roadshow culminating in this report.
To avoid losing your security interest due to incorrect registration, we have created a useful list of some of the more common registration mistakes to avoid.
Recently released Exposure Draft Legislation amends the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 to deny deductions for losses or outgoings incurred to the extent they relate to a taxpayer holding vacant land.