What We Do

We are the Lawyers for Employers

We understand what it takes to make a business successful. That's why we cover all aspects of the law governing organisations, delivering sound legal advice and expert representation. We take the time to understand the unique operations of your business, and provide the supportive professional legal services you need to navigate through the statutory obligations, duties and responsibilities that it's bound by.

Our specialist services are tailored to the needs of employers. Whether you're looking for practical and cost-effective advice in Employment Law, Migration Law or Commercial Law, our team of experienced professionals will support you throughout the entire life cycle of your business, ironing out the complex matters so you can concentrate on doing what you do best.

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Increased liability for Franchisors

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There is significant movement in the franchisee and franchisor space at the moment with franchisors being held increasingly accountable for the actions of franchisees and for failing to adhere to certain requirements under the Franchising Code of Conduct. In May of this year, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) fired a warning shot at

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Could recent changes to the Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding Tax impact you as an investor?

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In case you missed the news, the Taxation Administration Act 1953 (Cth) was amended on 1 July 2017 in relation to the foreign resident capital gains withholding (FRCGW) rate and threshold.

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Baby plans, pregnancy and your workforce – do employers have a right to know?

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It is a question that has been up for public debate since Jacinda Ardern, the recently elected Labour Party leader in New Zealand, had to deal with controversy hours into her new job after radio

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Challenging suspected falsified medical certificates

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In Australia ‘sickies’ have become part of our identifiable culture. They are joked about with work mates and celebrated within social circles, but for businesses they are a serious problem, impacting both the productivity and profitability of an organisation. With a growing number of questionable medical certificates being used to access sick leave, many employers have

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Casual Conversion on the Horizon

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The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has announced changes to Modern Awards, which will allow casual employees to request permanent employment.

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The rise of upward bullying: How employers can protect themselves from being bullied by employees

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When we think of bullying in the workplace, we often picture an employer berating an employee. But more and more this traditional view around workplace bullying is being flipped with employees, who are well aware of their value, bullying the employer.

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