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Employment law myth No.7: "There's no point having a restraint of trade in an employment contract, b

Employment law myth No.7: "There's no point having a restraint of trade in an employment contract, because courts don't enforce them"

18 Oct 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Employment law myth No.6: "If I pay them a salary, the award doesn't apply"

Employment law myth No.6: "If I pay them a salary, the award doesn't apply"

12 Oct 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Employment law myth No.5: "If they're not performing well, I can extend their probation"

Over the next few weeks, we're dispelling some commonly held employment law misconceptions, in a series of short articles. Warning – may contain spoilers!

5 Oct 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate read more
Employment law myth No.4: "If they've got an ABN, they're an independent contractor"

Over the next few weeks, we're dispelling some commonly held employment law misconceptions, in a series of short articles. Warning – may contain spoilers!

28 Sep 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Employment law myth No. 3: "Oral contract? It's not worth the paper it's written on!"

Over the next few weeks, we're dispelling some commonly held employment law misconceptions, in a series of short articles. Warning – may contain spoilers!

21 Sep 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Workplace surveillance in NSW: having a computer surveillance policy is a mandatory requirement

There is a view in some businesses that the implementation of written workplace policies are something of a "nice to have" or an "optional extra", and are ...

15 Sep 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate read more
Employment law myth No. 2: "You need to give someone three warnings before you can dismiss them"

Over the next few weeks, we're dispelling some commonly held employment law misconceptions, in a series of short articles. Warning – may contain spoilers!

14 Sep 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Do "outer limits" employment contracts have a future?

The offering of a series of "fixed term" contracts to employees (often by the use of "outer limit" or "maximum term" contracts), has been seen as an ...

12 Sep 2017 / Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Trade mark protection against parallel importers

When an overseas manufacturer exports to Australia, it may choose to set up a distributor in Australia under an exclusive distribution agreement ...

12 Sep 2017 / Eric Ziehlke, Partner read more
Employment law myth No. 1: "It's illegal to give a bad reference"

Over the next few weeks, we're dispelling some commonly held employment law misconceptions, in a series of short articles. Warning – may contain spoilers!

7 Sep 2017 / Simon Obee, Associate and Richard Ottley, Partner read more
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