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A Serious Win for Casual Employees and a Warning to Employers A new decision by the Fair Work Commission has opened the door for casual employees to bring unfair dismissal claims against their employers. A casual employee at retail giant Bed Bath N’ Table, who had...
An unprecedented sum: $130,000 in damages awarded for sexual harassment In 2014 Ms Rebecca Richardson successfully appealed a decision of the Federal Court of Australia and gained an additional $112,000.00 in damages for her sexual harassment claim. The Case The...
Food for Thought Vegetarianism is the practice of not eating meat or fish, usually for moral, religious, or health reasons. Taking that one step further, veganism is the practice of not eating or using any animal products at all. But are these practices and the...
What Happens When a Trust Company Becomes Insolvent? Recent High Court Decision The recent High Court decision of Carter Holt Harvey Woodproducts Australia Pty Ltd v The Commonwealth of Australia has provided clarity about what happens to trust assets in the event...
High Court Decision handed down in Comcare v Banerji The High Court of Australia has handed down its verdict in the matter of Comcare v Banerji. The case involved a Department of Immigration and Border Protection employee tweeting anonymously over 9,000 times about...
What Are The Inherent Risks Of Going Completely Digital? Pace Lawyers and Adelaide Legal has set itself the target of becoming a paperless office by 2020. Part of this transition involves adopting the use of electronic signatures (or e-signatures) as a means of...
In the press
Future Proofing SA – SALife
Arts Internship Brochure – The University of Adelaide
A Passion for the Law: SA Telstra Business Women’s Award Winner Serina Pace
Serina’s Acceptance Speech
Telstra Business Women’s Award
Contract, Not Policy, Key to Policing
More Opportunities to Climb to
Top of Ladder
Retention of Title Arrangements
Serina’s Thoughtful Change of Pace
Right Time, Right Place