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Amelita Hensman2018-06-19T01:09:38+10:00

Obtaining Biometric & Health data of employees. It is now more difficult than you think – implications of recent Fair Work decision

Lee v Superior Wood Pty Ltd (2019) FWCFB 95 The employer in question had announced the introduction of finger scanning. There were approximately 80 employees at the worksite in question and Mr Lee was the only employee not to register his fingerprints. He continued to [...]

May 17th, 2019|Categories: Employment Law|Tags: , |

M&A Update: The Importance of Apportioning the Purchase Price in a Sale of Business Agreement

Apportioning the purchase price in a sale of business agreement among the various assets being sold and purchased may help avoid tax headaches in the future. A sale of business comprises the sale and purchase of multiple assets, such as goodwill, trading stock, depreciating assets, [...]

May 17th, 2019|Categories: Commercial|Tags: , |

Advertisers Beware – Social Media Influencers paid to promote products must disclose the commercial nature of their posts

The rise and prevalence of advertising via influencers on social media sites has experienced rapid growth.  In recent times however, the lack of disclosure by certain influencers of their commercial relationship with the brand owners of the brands which they advertise to followers has been brought [...]

May 14th, 2019|Categories: Intellectual Property|Tags: , , |

How Secure is Your Legal Relationship?

In any business arrangement it is important to  ensure the legal relationship between the various interests is carefully defined and documented. In the Hollywood blockbuster movie, The Social Network, the undefined relationship between co­ founders Mark Zuckerberg and Edwardo Saverin led to litigation which fortunately for [...]

February 26th, 2019|Categories: Commercial|