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Pel-Air Aviation Pty Ltd v Casey  NSWCA 32 Background Facts The respondent was a nurse who was travelling on a small aircraft in the course of their employment when it was forced to make an emergency landing in the sea. As a result, the respondent...
Am I this Bloke’s Employer or Babysitter? – How to Navigate the Minefield of an Employer’s Duty to Employees in 2017
iNTRODUCTION Regardless of whether you employ 5 or 5000 people, are fully insured or engage your workforce as contractors if you are held liable for a workplace accident it can be devastating for your business. You are looking at loss of morale,...
Is it time to review your Enduring Power of Attorney? Changes to Enduring Power of Attorney legislation
There are four categories of people who can make decisions for someone who has lost capacity. First, there are enduring attorneys appointed under an Enduring Power of Attorney made by a person while they still have capacity. Second, there are guardians...