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How to get a Tasmanian restricted driver licence
in Compensation Law by Henry Pill on
It’s no secret that losing your driver’s licence can create hardship in your work, personal and family life. In some circumstances, a restricted driver license might go some way to easing this hardship. 
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The Financial Ombudsman Service: How it really works
in Business Law by on
Instead of marching straight to court, the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) provides an accessible and alternative method of resolving disputes between consumers or businesses and financial service providers who are members of FOS.
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Be good or yule be sorry at your Christmas party
in Business Law by on
With the party season in full swing, we’ve compiled a Work Christmas Party Checklist to remind employees and employers of their rights and responsibilities when attending end of year office celebrations.
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Can I claim and keep my TPD benefit if I am a bankrupt?
in Superannuation & Insurance by Annemarie Gambera on
You might want to, but the more important question is, can you?
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Women part of ‘third wave’ of asbestos victims
in Compensation Law by Tracy Madden on
What was initially a concern for those male dominated industries has now become a nation-wide health alert affecting people in non-industrial workplaces as well.
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Textile workers could have potential asbestos exposure
in Compensation Law by Tracy Madden on
An increase in former textile workers contracting the deadly asbestos cancer Mesothelioma is a timely reminder of the insidiousness of asbestos in the industry.
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Negotiate employment contracts like an expert
in Business Law by Robert Auricchio on
When an employee and employer are parting ways, it’s always recommended to keep it simple and have a smooth transition. Our advice, seek legal advice early.
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Surrogacy and the law: Everything you need to know
in Family Law by Rachel Jones on
Who the law recognizes as the legal parent in a surrogacy arrangement can come as somewhat of a surprise to those who are exploring surrogacy as an option to create a family.
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Shared custody and permission for overseas trips - 7 questions you must ask
in Family Law by Mona Emera on
The story of Australian mother Sally Faulkner has dominated the headlines this year, after she tried to retrieve her children from Lebanon with the assistance of 60 Minutes.
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New laws to protect small businesses – 6 things you need to know
in Business Law by Jonathan Wertheim on
Here are six key things you need to know about the new laws for small businesses.
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