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What is discrimination

Is that discrimination?

Discrimination litigation is a growing area of law. It is extremely unfortunate that many South Australian workers continue to experience different forms of workplace...

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Electronic conveyancing in South Australia

Towards electronic conveyancing in South Australia

On 4 July 2016 new conveyancing requirements for land transactions was implemented in South Australia under the Electronic Conveyancing National Law (South Australia) Act 2013.

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Cancer and the workplace

Cancer and the workplace

At Andersons, we work with many clients who have suffered from illnesses like cancer, and their diagnosis has had a profound impact on their employment. Cancer is not just a...

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What happens at a coronial inquest?

What happens at a coronial inquest?

The inquest is an obvious part of the coronial process. It’s the part that attracts our attention and that of the media. When there is an inquest of some general interest the...

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Parental responsibility

Parental responsibility - where do I stand?

Parents have parental responsibility of their children. This parental responsibility continues until the child reaches the age of 18 or it is removed by way of a Federal Circuit...

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underpayment of wages

“Mother and son” café owners fined for underpaying workers

Recently there has been a considerable amount of media attention on the exploitation of overseas workers and backpackers by Australian employers. For most workers in Australia,...

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Disclosure and Family Law

Do I have to "tell all" in Family Law?

When parties are part of a family law dispute, whether it be financial or children’s matters, they are required to make full and frank disclosure of all information which is...

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The role of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

The role of the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency - yeah I know, let’s go with AHPRA. AHPRA is a national body that supports Australia’s 14 National Health Practitioner Boards

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pros and cons of child changeover locations

Child changeover locations: the pros and cons

Changeover: The process by which one parent collects or delivers the child/children to the other parent at the commencement or the conclusion of their time with the...

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