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Worth Knowing

Can a contract prevent your customers from poaching your employees?

It is common for employment contracts to contain post-employment restraints, but it is less common to see clauses in agreements with customers (for example, in services agreements) which prevent the customers of a business from “poaching” the employees of the business. There are good reasons for this – when post-employment restraints are dealt with in

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January 21
2019
Employment Law Litigation and dispute resolution

Worth knowing – 2019 CLE tour dates

Is it too early be thinking about the February/March CLE season?  No, of course it isn’t – how is that even a question?  Angus Macinnis has been hard at work over summer working on papers for some upcoming CLE seminars, so we thought you might like to know what he has planned. On 20 February

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January 18
2019
SVL in the community

Worth knowing – 2018 tour dates

The February/March CLE season is fast approaching and, as usual, Angus Macinnis will be out on the road flapping his mouth at people who have, for some reason, even agreed to pay money for that “privilege”.  There are three seminars coming up in the next few months which might be of interest to you, if

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January 18
2018
SVL in the community

Uber driver’s unfair dismissal claim deactivated by Fair Work Commission

The very beginning, the song tells us, is a very good place to start – but not all beginnings are created (or described) equally.  If you were beginning a job, you might begin by being “recruited” or “inducted” (unless the job was driving for Uber, in which case you would be “onboarded”).  And if Uber

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January 9
2018
Employment Law