Family Law case note: Subpoena puts the privacy of third parties at risk in family law matter
Our latest Family Law case note looks at the recent decision in Sully & Sully  FamCA 786, where the Family Court considered, inter alia, what constitutes an ‘interested person’ in the context of service of a subpoena and whether a non-party ― who is at risk of having their privacy breached ― will be deemed an ‘interested person’.
Employment and Workplace Relations update: Changes to long service leave legislation in Victoria are now in effect
The new Long Service Leave Act 2018 (Vic) commenced operation on 1 November 2018. Read our latest update to learn more about the changes to long service leave in Victoria and what employers need to do.
Owners Corporation update: Short-stay accommodation arrangements soon to be regulated
Our latest Owners Corporation update looks at the long-awaited Owners Corporation Amendment (Short-Stay Accommodation) Bill 2016 which was recently passed by the Victorian Parliament and will come into operation on 1 February 2019.