The Federal Court has held that an individual operating as an uberX driver was supplying “taxi travel” and accordingly the individual was required to...
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The Federal Court has held that an individual operating as an uberX driver was supplying “taxi travel” and accordingly the individual was required to be registered for GST purposes.
This decision reinforces the importance of carefully drafting post-employment restraint clauses so that they only protect the employer’s legitimate interests.
NSW Industrial Relations Commission holds that employer was entitled to end flexible working arrangements despite them being in place for 8 years.
Employers must ensure contracts reflect the true nature of an employee’s employment or they may be liable for payment and/or back payment of entitlements.
A Victorian Court of Appeal decision the importance of keeping accurate records, such as meeting minutes, and of recording agreements in writing.
Federal Circuit Court finds the ABL did not take adverse action against a former general manager when it opted not to renew his contract after complaints.
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KWM has advised Auswide Bank Ltd in relation to its increased equity stake in P2P lender, MoneyPlace.
KWM is acting for Temenos Group AG on its proposal to acquire 100% of Rubik Financial Limited’s shares via a scheme of arrangement.
KWM has been recognised in Lexology’s 2017 Client Choice Awards, with four of the firm’s leading partners listed.
KWM has advised on the establishment of a commercial operating partnership for the development and expansion of the Sunshine Coast Airport
KWM has advised Yancoal shareholder Yangzhou and its parent Yankuang on the A$3.1b acquisition of Coal & Allied from Rio Tinto.
KWM has been recognised as a leader in the intellectual property market, with the firm ranking in the Gold category of the 2017 World Trade Mark Review 1000.
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