Delays to the delivery and completion of major infrastructure projects can arise as a result of the realisation of a number of project risks. One risk that has interfered with the delivery of a number … Continued
The importance of complying with the Franchise Code marketing obligations was reinforced at the recent Franchise Council of Australia National Franchise Convention. The ACCC Deputy Chairman, Dr Michael Schaper, spoke candidly about the commission’s expectations … Continued
A recent decision¹ of the Court of Appeal in Victoria serves as a reminder that: changes to an employee’s bonus arrangements or responsibilities can amount to a repudiation of their employment contract an employer cannot … Continued
A special gazette was published on 1 August 2017 providing for the commencement of some sections of the Building Amendments (Enforcement and Other Measures) Act 2016 on 16 August 2017. The following summarises some of the … Continued
Following on from our recent eAlert regarding changes to the Building Act 1993 and Building Regulations 2006, this update includes additional changes on the legislation. Building Act 1993 changes The Building Amendment (Enforcement and Other Measures) Act … Continued
In November 2016, the Victorian Coroner’s Court delivered its findings on the death of a man who had been living in a shed on a rural property for 16 years. Coroner Jamieson found the man … Continued
At our seminar last year, we discussed whether an accused could challenge the lawfulness of an order issued against them in subsequent prosecution proceedings brought against that person for breach of the order in question. … Continued
We recently published an article about amendments to s 16 of the Building Act 1993 (Building Act), which came into force on 4 July 2016. In that article, we stated an implication of the amendments … Continued
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