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In Mad Max dispute, all (Fury) roads lead to arbitration

So, let’s play a little word association game – what do you come up with if we give you “Mad Max” and “alternative dispute resolution”? There are, of course, a few different possibilities.   You might be thinking of the crowd in Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome chanting, “Bust a deal, face the wheel” (which is one

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April 27
2018
Commercial Law Litigation and dispute resolution

Every move you make – court orders employee to keep electronic records as the price of obtaining relief from post-employment restraint

In post-employment restraint cases, a former employee who wishes to escape the full width of the restraint will often give undertakings to comply with part of the restraint.  For example, where a former employer seeks to enforce both non-compete and non-solicitation obligations, the former employee may give an undertaking to comply with the non-solicitation provisions. 

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April 17
2018
Employment Law

Who do you work for?

For many people, the question, “who do I work for?” will not be a difficult question to answer.  However, the complexity of corporate groups will sometimes make this question very difficult indeed.  Organisations which are large enough to employ HR professionals are usually large enough to have complex structures, and it is important for HR

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April 24
2017
Employment Law