Flexible Work: Lessons learned from NewLaw

Flexible work has a range of advantages, but it can lead to a paradox where people may feel disconnected and isolated despite relentless connectivity.

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Mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations: recent challenges to Public Health Orders

The latest advice from the Law Society’s Employment Law Committee regarding recent challenges to Public Health Orders.

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Evaluating witnesses in an online court

Evaluating witnesses and managing sources of bias in an Online Court.

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An onerous onus – Displacing the reverse onus of proof

Why Qantas’ reasons for outsourcing during the COVID-19 pandemic don’t measure up.

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Insurers feel the heat as COVID-19 test cases mount

A look at the insurance landscape as COVID-19 business interruption cases begin to mount in the courts.

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Transitioning back to the office: Rights and responsibilities

Tips for employers and employees alike in negotiating the transition back to the office.

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Requiring the jab? What’s reasonable in Australian workplaces

What is lawful and reasonable when it comes to vaccinations and the workplace?

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Constitutional algebra: Palmer v Western Australia reunites the broken parts of s 92

A fascinating look at the High Court’s ruling on Clive Palmer’s challenge to the WA border closures.

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JobMaker: How the Federal Budget Hiring Credit scheme works

Expert consideration of the complex new JobMaker Hiring Credit Scheme.

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