22-09-2017 | Welcome to Issue 12 of Workplace Matters, which is now a digital publication that makes it easier for you to access and read the latest legal updates in safety and employment, and connect with our experts.
16-05-2017 | In this issue of Insurance Matters, we look at significant cases and recent developments covering property, cyber breaches, professional privilege, remote piloted aircraft and much more.
01-12-2016 | In this issue we discuss the importance of professional and appropriate workplace electronic communications, using examples from recent decisions where communications between workers have been made available during litigation, following orders to produce.
31-10-2016 | In this issue of University Matters we discuss best practice data security for universities, particularly in circumstances where your data is in the hands of a third party service provider.
11-10-2017 | The Federal Court has confirmed the validity of a Fair Work Commission decision made earlier this year, which cut penalty rates and holiday pay across a number of modern awards.
10-10-2017 | This update looks at the latest legal developments affecting self-insurers and claims agents in Victoria.
06-10-2017 | The Supreme Court decision of Kabic v Workers Compensation Nominal Insurer (No 3)  NSWSC 1281 has provided useful guidance on considerations that are likely to be important in determining the liability of various parties on a construction site, including injured workers, for accidents that occur.
05-10-2017 | The decision of Barrett v Northern Territory of Australia  NTSC 70 has reaffirmed that the applicable principle when making a summary judgment application is whether there is a real or serious question to be tried on the available evidence.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers' Intellectual Property and Technology team has been named a finalist for Australian Copyright Firm of the Year in the 2017 Asia IP Awards.
Sparke Helmore Lawyers is proud to again sponsor Dive In, the insurance industry's festival for diversity and inclusion.
The creators of Polish lemonade brand, Mr Lemonade, were recently left with a sour taste in their mouths after Yoko Ono brought legal proceedings in the United Kingdom.
In May, a number of significant media reforms were introduced under the 2017-18 Budget, such as the proposed abolition of the "two out of three" ownership rule and broadcasting licence fees for free-to-air networks such as ABC, the Nine Network, Network Ten and SBS.
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