Is the JobMaker juice worth the squeeze?

This month the federal government announced its JobMaker Plan, to encourage businesses to hire workers in the 16 to 35 age bracket, through hiring credits …

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Business insurance and COV-19 losses

Can your business claim on insurance for COVID-19 related losses? COVID-19 is causing billions of dollars of losses to small, medium and large businesses, across …

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Bill to stamp out the ‘insidious practice’ of claim farming in motor accident claims

On 14 June 2019, the Queensland Parliament introduced the Motor Accident Insurance and Other Legislation Amended Bill 2019 (Qld) (Bill) to address the practice of ‘claim farming’ …

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QSC awards $800k in interest in business insurance claim

Case note: Mitchell Ogilvie Menswear Pty Ltd v Rapid Edge Pty Ltd [2019] QSC 136 Mitchell Ogilvie Menswear Pty Ltd (the Plaintiff) stocks luxury Italian suits and business shirts, …

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QCA awards 42 year old care worker $480k for ankle, hip and back injuries

Case note: RSL Care Limited v Wallace [2019] QCA 23 A 42 year old residential care worker has successfully sued her employer, RSL Care Limited (the Appellant) for an injuries to her …

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Criminal conduct and claims for personal injuries

If a person commits a crime, can they still claim damages for personal injuries arising out of the event? Well… it depends. The Civil Liability …

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