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Class action silks thank court for OKing in-person trial that didn’t happen
Courts 2021-10-29 7:27 pm By Christine Caulfield

A settlement in the class action against Crown Resorts put paid to an in-person trial before it began, but gathering in court on Friday to […]

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Qantas COVID-19 mask mandate ‘lawful and reasonable’: FWC
Employment 2021-10-29 5:44 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Fair Work Commission has ruled that a mask mandate issued by Qantas as part of its Fly Well program in response to the COVID-19 […]

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Barristers ‘deeply concerned’ about Andrews’ COVID-19 pandemic legislation
Coronavirus 2021-10-29 2:30 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Thirteen Victorian silks have expressed “deep concern” over a bill proposed by the Andrews government giving the health minister power to make “pandemic orders”. The […]

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FWC deputy president who railed against ‘medical apartheid’ barred from workplace vaccine disputes
Employment 2021-10-28 9:11 pm By Miklos Bolza

A Fair Work Commission deputy president who warned against “a system of medical apartheid and segregation” in a decision on a workplace vaccine challenge has […]

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Gilbert + Tobin to give all lawyers 10% pay rise as competition for talent heats up
Business of Law 2021-10-28 4:33 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Big Six law firm Gilbert + Tobin has announced it will give all legal staff who have been with the business since July a ten […]

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Court says it does not have power to make declarations in COVID-19 vaccine challenge
Coronavirus 2021-10-28 3:38 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The Queensland Supreme Court has ruled it does not have the power to make declarations regarding the validity of COVID-19 vaccination mandates for Queensland health […]

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Victorian Bar says claims of consultation over pandemic bill a ‘gross misrepresentation’
Coronavirus 2021-10-27 9:54 pm By Christine Caulfield

The president of the peak body for barristers in Victorian has slammed the Andrews government’s proposed pandemic laws as “appalling”, and says claims that the […]

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NCAT quashes fresh challenge to COVID-19 vaccination orders
Coronavirus 2021-10-26 12:01 pm By Bianca Hrovat

The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal has struck down another challenge to a public health order mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for healthcare workers, saying […]

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Court strikes down challenges to NSW COVID-19 vaccination mandate
Coronavirus 2021-10-15 9:01 pm By Bianca Hrovat

A court has dismissed challenges to the New South Wales public health orders that made it mandatory for certain workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19, […]

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Claims trimmed in COVID-19 public housing class action
Class Actions 2021-10-13 1:33 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A class action over a public housing lockdown during Melbourne’s second COVID-19 wave in July last year is seeking to discontinue battery and negligence claims […]

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