NSW industrial tribunal reform and more – Employment disputes / Tribunals

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This was certainly a period of industrial relations and legislative reform in the workplace. We’ve already seen three recent tranches from the federal government and now a new wave of industrial relations reform is upon us in the NSW state system. In November 2023, at the forefront of industrial change Industrial Relations Act 1996 (NSW) … Read more

What is a Release Deed and Why You Need It in Dispute Resolution – Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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February 18, 2024 Justice Family Lawyers You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. A Deed of Release, in Australian law, is a legal document that signifies an agreement between two parties to release each other from certain obligations or claims. This type of deed is often … Read more

How to get out of paying a parking fine in New South Wales – Crime

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You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Reception of a nice parking lot can be incredibly frustrating, especially when some local authorities seem more focused on using them as a revenue raiser rather than maintaining public amenities that should be freely available to all ratepayers. But it’s important … Read more

Supreme Court of India reconsiders whether unmarked instrument containing arbitration agreement admissible in evidence – Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

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January 16, 2024 Sochannam Legal You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. Background: The issue was decided by a seven-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India (SCI) when a five-judge SCI bench referred the matter to a seven-judge SCI bench to reconsider the implications of … Read more

Bona Fide Police Complaints Matter of Public Interest (Zeppa v. Rea) – Defamation and Slander

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When a person believes that someone has committed a crime, it is of course perfectly reasonable for them to report their belief to the police. Generally where in good faith a complaint has been made to the police, even if no charges are ultimately laid by the police, the person against whom the complaint was … Read more

Antitrust Unwrapped: Can My Business Opt Out of an Antitrust Buyer Class Action Lawsuit? – Antimonopoly rules, EU competition

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Short answer: Yes. HAS three days of action is a procedural device that allows groups of similarly situated plaintiffs to sue together for efficiency reasons. A class of plaintiffs in an antitrust case usually consists of businesses and/or consumers who purchased the same goods or services affected by the antitrust violation (usually price fixing). Because … Read more