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Failed attempt at defamation by email: win for Pragma in the Courts

A recent decision handed down in the District Court of Western Australia has reinforced that caution should be awarded to commencing a defamation proceeding where…
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Understanding your rights under the Independent Contractors Act

The Independent Contractors Act 2006 (Cth) (Act) seeks to establish the legal obligations, liabilities and rights that arise in service contracts between independent contractors and…
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Federal Parliament passes first anti-modern slavery legislation

Background Late last month the Federal Parliament passed the first federal anti-modern slavery legislation. Slavery offences are created by the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth)…
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Corporate governance: the importance of complying with notice requirements for general meetings.
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‘Casual employees’ are not always ‘casually employed’.
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Clarification on unfair contract terms.
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Proposed Introduction of Director Identification Numbers (DINs)
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Bringing an Adverse Possession Claim in Western Australia
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Corporate governance: the importance of complying with notice requirements for general meetings

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