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Providing strategic advice on expansion structures November 16, 2018

Founded in Bondi Beach in 2012, Bailey Nelson has rapidly grown into a global eyewear retailer and service provider with boutiques in Australia, London, Canada and New Zealand. The strong demand for their products and … Continued

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Maddocks appointed to Commonwealth Government legal services panel August 19, 2019

Monday 19 August 2019 The strong growth of Maddocks in Canberra has been given a further boost by the firm’s appointment to the new Commonwealth Legal Services Panel. The Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department announced the successful … Continued

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Can you avoid an arbitration agreement for ‘convenience? August 22, 2019

Disputes arising from construction and infrastructure projects typically involve multiple contractual relationships, often triggering separate disputes between principal and head contractor, principal and superintendent and head contractor and subcontractor (amongst others). While the most efficient … Continued

Increased options for universities in bargaining negotiations

A recent decision in relation to the termination of enterprise agreements potentially increases the options open to universities involved in bargaining negotiations. Applying to terminate agreements past their nominal expiry date may be a useful tool for universities and other employers to consider to leverage a more favourable outcome in protracted bargaining negotiations.

Click here to read more about this matter and the implications for employers.

 

A recent decision in relation to the termination of enterprise agreements potentially increases the options open to universities involved in bargaining negotiations. Applying to terminate agreements past their nominal expiry date may be a useful tool for universities and other employers to consider to leverage a more favourable outcome in protracted bargaining negotiations.

Click here to read more about this matter and the implications for employers.