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On 3 May 2013, the Supreme Court of Victoria handed down its decision in Lockwood v PSP Investments Pty Ltd [2013] VSC 10 (Lockwood).
Child SupportChild support is the payment from one parent to the other for the financial support of their children where the parents have separated.
No reasonable person disputes the need to have laws which protect workers’ occupational health and safety.  That is a given.
The distinction between warranties and guarantees is commonly overlooked.  From 1 January 2012, it will be more important than ever for manufacturers, retailers and other suppliers of goods and services to understand the distinction.  With the introduct
As part of Harwood Andrews Lawyers ongoing commitment to providing specialist legal services to regional communities we are pleased to announce the recent opening of our office in Ballarat.
The Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (Vic) requires employers to take positive steps to provide and maintain safe working environments for workers and to ensure that others are not exposed to risks to health and safety arising from the workplace. 
This time last year Harwood Andrews wrote about the perils of social media in the workplace.  Back then, many businesses had a limited understanding of how an employee’s private use of online social media sites could have an adverse effect on the bus
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has warned that a lack of attention to industrial relations practices and under-resourcing of HR departments can contribute to poor practice and unlawful behaviour by employers and result in personal liability for individual
The Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) has issued a warning to employers to check their workplace agreements to ensure that they are not inadvertently breaching Federal workplace laws.
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