While the use of biometric templates, such as using your fingerprint to sign-in to your smartphone, is increasingly common, a recent Full Bench decision from the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in Jeremy Lee v Superior … Continued
The Australian laws pertaining to the protection of whistleblowers has long been seen as piecemeal and largely toothless. There was no single law or framework, with the public and private sectors operating under different legislation. … Continued
Planning compensation is compensation available to owners and occupiers of land under the Planning and Environment Act 1987 (PE Act) for financial loss resulting from the requirement for land to be acquired or rezoned for … Continued
Tropoulos v Journey Lawyers Pty Ltd  FCA 436 The Federal Court of Australia has provided guidance to employers who are supporting staff with mental illness on what constitutes ‘reasonable adjustments’ and ‘unjustifiable hardship’ under … Continued
In Fassoulis & ors v Mansfield Shire Council  VCAT 376, the Tribunal considered, amongst other things, whether the Council had issued a ‘clear and unambiguous written direction to cease’ for the purposes of establishing … Continued
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