Khoder Abdulrahim v QBE Management Services Pty Limited (QBE) (2016), Mr Abdulrahim was a QBE employee and purchased a discounted motor vehicle insurance policy for his father’s car under QBE’s
In Maharaj v Northern Health (2017), a nurse suffered a car accident and was unfit for work for nearly 16 months. Her employer then terminated her employment on the basis
In Crowe Horwath (Aust) Pty Ltd v Loone (2017), the Victorian Court of Appeal confirmed that a restraint clause is not enforceable against an employee whose employment ends by the
The worker was employed as a full-time seasonal employee. He was working as part of the employer’s ski patrol team on a seasonal basis for 13 consecutive winters and prior
By now, most businesses have heard of the Personal Property Securities Register (PPS Register) and the importance it plays in securing interests over personal property. In fact, some businesses have employees dedicated to monitoring their registrations on the PPS Register. Whilst all may seem in order, it is becoming apparent that a number of registrations have been done incorrectly and as such, are deemed defective.