Nathan Luke
Nathan Luke
Managing Director

My Publications

Unfair dismissal: sacking of employee who warned employer she had “overindulged” deemed to be harsh
17 Oct
A recent unfair dismissal case concerned a woman who was employed to scale, slice, weigh ...
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Beware increased government fines for privacy breaches
26 Sep
Companies should be aware of laws governing privacy breaches, consumer rights and the ...
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Did “Duff” contravene the advertising code for alcoholic beverages? Which case (of beer) won?
20 Sep
In 2014, supermarket industry behemoth Woolworths introduced an officially licensed ...
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What obligations does an employer have to employees who travel for work?
23 Aug
Every day millions of Australians travel to and from work. The law has accepted that this ...
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Celebrity criminals and the proceeds of crime – why crime doesn’t pay
06 Jun
Celebrity criminals such as Schapelle Corby may be offered huge amounts of money to tell ...
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Defamation, privacy breaches and misrepresentation claims: the perils of giving job references
10 May
You apply for a job you really want, but don’t get it. Later you find out that the ...
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“Not guilty Your Honour, I was sleepwalking when I did it”
31 Mar
A 21-year-old Coffs Harbour man was recently found not guilty of breaking into a nearby ...
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Should a jury know only what is said in the court?
01 Mar
A young journalist was recently convicted of sub judice contempt of court and given a good...
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