Mills Workers Compensation New South Wales

Mills Workers Compensation New South Wales provides comprehensive, authoritative and current coverage of Workers Compensation in NSW. The service, currently updated by Thady Blundell, includes:

  • Extensive annotations of the Workers Compensation Act 1987 and the Workers Compensation Regulation 2010.
  • Comprehensive coverage of Workplace Injury Management, with detailed annotations of the Workplace Injury Management and Compensation Act 1998.
  • Comprehensive and authoritative coverage of the Dust Diseases legislation, including;
    • Fully extracted and annotated Dust Disease Tribunal Act 1989;
    • Dust Diseases Tribunal Regulation 2013;
    • Fully extracted Dust Diseases Tribunal (Standard Presumptions – Apportionment) Order 2007;
    • Fully extracted and annotated Dust Diseases Tribunal Rules 1990;
    • Fully extracted and annotated Workers Compensation (Dust Diseases) Act 1942;
    • Fully extracted Workers Compensation (Dust Diseases) Regulation 2013;
    • Extracts of the relevant provisions of the Workers Compensation Act 1987;
    • Relevant extracts of the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1944 and the Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1946.
  • Extensive practical and procedural guidance for practitioners, including comprehensive annotations to the Workers Compensation Commission Rules 2011, exhaustive procedural tables and the inclusion of relevant practice directions and forms.
  • Up-to-date WorkCover Benefits Guide and Cost and Fees Schedules.

This product is a crucial resource for legal practitioners, industrial advocates and consultants, industrial and employer organisations and government departments working in Workers Compensation in New South Wales.

This product is available in loose-leaf, online and on LexisNexis Red.

General Information
AuthorBlundell, T A
Subject AreaIndustrial & Employment Law
Updates1 looseleaf volume; approx 4 updates per year; charged annually.
Charging MethodAnnual
Publication Year 1987
UpdatesOnline; Updated as developments require.
Charging MethodAnnual
Publication Year 1998

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