There is little doubt that smart contracts will find compelling use cases and achieve those objectives, but it is important to realise the...
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There is little doubt that smart contracts will find compelling use cases and achieve those objectives, but it is important to realise the limitations.
Fair Work Commission orders employer to accept voluntary redundancy applications but rejected claims that refusals amounted to bullying.
The Federal Circuit Court ordered a director of a security company that knowingly and deliberately underpaid eight casual security guards, personally repay $51,400 to the employees.
Fair Work Commission: employer who refused to answer calls, emails & text messages of an employee seeking to return to work repudiated her employment contract and unfairly dismissed her.
Queensland Court of Appeal orders an employer to pay damages to an employee whose depression and anxiety was significantly exacerbated as a result of her manager’s bullying.
The Fair Work Commission has held that a franchisee employer unfairly dismissed a casual employee who resigned after his shifts were considerably reduced.
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King & Wood Mallesons has advised QIC, on behalf of a consortium, including the Future Fund, on its $800m investment into the Powering Australian Renewables Fund.
Volkswagen Financial Services Australia has established Driver Australia Master, its A$3 billion automotive-backed master trust programme.
KWM has been confirmed as the leading legal brand in Asia, again securing the number 1 ranking in the release of the 2016 Acritas Asia Pacific Law Firm Brand Index.
KWM promotes 33 senior associates and 2 special counsel, reflecting KWM’s strong performance in FY2016 and ambitious growth agenda for FY2017.
National Storage REIT's capital raising will fund the acquisition of 26 storage assets which comprise the Southern Cross portfolio and other potential acquisitions.
KWM is proud to announce the promotion of 12 lawyers to partner in Australia with effect from 1 July, completing the firm’s 2016 round of global partner promotions.
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