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Algorithms, artificial intelligence, automated systems and the law
02 Oct
In an item published recently in the ANU Reporter - Do we have a Frankenstein problem? - ...
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Compulsory acquisition of properties in NSW now not so certain
15 Jun
A landmark court decision has delivered a blow to the NSW government’s seemingly ...
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Modern slavery – what can be done?
05 Jun
In 1857, the political equilibrium of the United States of America was rocked by the ...
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Emojis adding new dimension of unpredictability and ambiguity to electronic communications
04 May
A recent US article (by Mike Cherney in the Wall Street Journal Online) drew attention to ...
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Non-compete clause in shopping centre lease leads to discrimination complaint against barber shop
12 Apr
A Brisbane barber shop was recently in the press for denying services to a woman based on ...
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Costs orders and litigation – beware unpredictable outcomes and always take settlement offers seriously
13 Mar
I was recently involved in a case where someone was offered half a million dollars as ...
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Is it OK for bosses to shout at their employees?
23 Feb
Probably none of us needs media revelations to be aware of bosses who command attention ...
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Unfair B2B contracts – JJ Richards decision gives small businesses a glimmer of hope
21 Feb
The most recent development in the law related to unfair business to business (B2B) ...
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Electronic property settlements through PEXA point to future obsolescence of all paper contracts
08 Feb
The final process in any property transaction is the settlement, when the contracts have ...
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Are creditors able to block the sale of a small business?
24 Jan
Sometimes we are contacted by small business owners who are concerned that a proposed sale...
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Address workplace risks from technology and social media with a code of conduct for employees
16 Jan
It goes without saying that all employees have private lives. It was probably not much ...
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What should employers do when personal relationships between employees turn sour?
11 Jan
Arguably one of the most delicate and sensitive challenges an employer can face is dealing...
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