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  • Casuals: Convert or not to convert?
    Casuals: Convert or not to convert... That’s the question What does the new statutory definition of casual employment mean to the employers and employees? How does it affect your business and what do you need to do to be legally compliant? Will you need to/should you convert your casuals to permanents? Watch full video of our Legal Talk Series as Yoness Blackmore and Julia Park discuss the implications.
  • Expert Evidence. Isn’t there a better way?
    Sydney Jacobs, Barrister of 13 Wentworth Chambers shares practical tips on how to engage and instruct your expert to prepare for your case and shares his hesitations of briefing experts the conventional way. Listen to full podcast.
  • ESG and sustainable finance, what’s happening and where is it heading?
    What is the current and future state of play? Significant reforms and temporary relief measures in response to the pandemic have alleviated the pressure on company officers in three areas: Electronic signing, virtual meetings, and continuous disclosure.
  • Navigating Foreign Investment Reforms inM & A transactions
    Malika Chandrasegaran, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills and Julia Park discuss recent changes to Australia’s foreign investment regime and what it means for Mergers and Acquisitions, including national security changes, navigating the regime in the context of Mergers and Acquisition transactions and potential changes and expansion to come.
  • Australia’s competition laws in 2021 A year in review
    Jennifer Bannan, Senior Legal Writer, Practical Guidance Competition and Julia Park, Engagement Manager LexisNexis discuss Australia’s competition laws in 2021 – a year in review. They cover the latest in cartel enforcement, misuse of market power cases, global competition litigation, the Digital Platform Services Inquiry, the new small business class exemption and the ACCC’s proposed merger reforms.
  • Can a business keep records of staff vaccination status?
    What if your staff refuses to provide their vaccination information? Do you really want to let your staff go, also knowing that they may be able to seek legal relief in any event? Do you really want to only engage vaccinated workers? What if these people are not the best people for the job? And what about workplace culture? So many big questions here, and not a straight path to follow. Yoness Blackmore, Senior Legal Writer Practical Guidance Employment and Julia Park, Engagement Manager LexisNexis discuss in our latest Legal Talk podcast.