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We work collaboratively with our clients to build strong, sustainable relationships. Our team is committed to delivering consistent high standards of service, and we understand the importance of accessibility. Working with us, you'll enjoy open communication, meaning well scoped, properly resourced and effectively managed matters.

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Advising on market-changing divestments September 25, 2018

Maddocks  acted for the founder of Australia’s largest private pilot training school, Soar Aviation, on the group’s 50 percent sale to Australian private equity investor The Growth Fund. Soar Aviation was started in 2012 by … Continued

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Making a difference: Maddocks senior associate wins Australian Young Lawyer of the Year October 22, 2018

Monday 22 October 2018 Maddocks senior associate Tamsin Webster has been awarded the 2018 Australian Young Lawyer of the Year by the Law Council of Australia. Tamsin, a member of the firm’s Employment, Safety and … Continued

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Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Act 2018 (Cth) expands scope for challenges to Commonwealth procurement decisions October 18, 2018

On 18 October 2018, the Senate passed the Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Bill 2017 (Cth) (the Bill) without amendment. The Bill received Royal Assent on 19 October 2018. The Government Procurement (Judicial Review) Act 2018 (Cth) … Continued

2015 In Review – Employment in the Public Sector

Our Victorian Employment, Safety and People team is delighted to provide you with a short overview of the year that was. Our 2015 In Review – Employment in the Public Sector is a brief snapshot of what you, as public sector employers, need to know from the past year and what you should be considering as you prepare for 2016.

Our team works with government every day and we know you are constantly faced with new employment, industrial and occupational health and safety challenges. The workplace is ever-changing for public sector employers – just recently we saw an in-principle deal struck between the Andrews Government and CPSU Victoria, which will see around 30,000 employees receive pay rises of 3.25% a year and 20 days a year of paid domestic violence leave.

Click here to read more on our reflection of 2015, and the future implications for employers.

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To learn more, please contact a member of our Employment, Safety and People team.

Our Victorian Employment, Safety and People team is delighted to provide you with a short overview of the year that was. Our 2015 In Review – Employment in the Public Sector is a brief snapshot of what you, as public sector employers, need to know from the past year and what you should be considering as you prepare for 2016.

Our team works with government every day and we know you are constantly faced with new employment, industrial and occupational health and safety challenges. The workplace is ever-changing for public sector employers – just recently we saw an in-principle deal struck between the Andrews Government and CPSU Victoria, which will see around 30,000 employees receive pay rises of 3.25% a year and 20 days a year of paid domestic violence leave.

Click here to read more on our reflection of 2015, and the future implications for employers.

Learn more

To learn more, please contact a member of our Employment, Safety and People team.