Nathan Luke
Nathan Luke
Managing Director

My Publications

Filming an accident instead of helping – what the law says in New South Wales
06 Apr
We see it on social media and on the TV news all the time – someone films an accident or...
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Pregnancy discrimination to be addressed by amendment to NSW legislation
15 Feb
Two days before a woman was to begin maternity leave she was made redundant by the gas ...
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Stay informed and alert to avoid falling prey to Christmas scammers
29 Nov
By now we should all recognise the scam phone calls: “Hello, I’m from Google, ...
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Employees should know their legal rights in the workplace
21 Nov
The recent row over a young woman who was dismissed soon after making a sexual harassment ...
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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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