Charging clauses: is near enough still good enough?
The October 2017 edition of the Australian Banking & Finance Law Bulletin (a LexisNexis publication) contains an article by Ben Shaw and Morgan Stack entitled ‘Charging clauses: is near enough still good enough?'
5 Questions Answered - Engaging independent contractors
Contracting arrangements have become increasingly common as the ‘gig economy’ has gained momentum and the composition of Australia’s workforce has shifted, with many workers seeking greater autonomy and flexibility. It’s important for employers to ensure contractors are engaged appropriately to avoid the risk of claims from workers or prosecution by regulators.
Managing Partner Stephen Purcell speaks with BRR Media about several key priorities for the firm, including DibbsBarker’s move into the Melbourne market.
In this video interview, Amanda Parks speaks with Fay Calderone, Partner in our People & Workplace team, about the role of a positive workplace culture in reducing workplace conflict and complementing workplace compliance programs.
Brad Walsh speaks with DibbsBarker’s Rob McInnes about how Minomic’s work has progressed since the company’s formation in 2007, and why it is so important for companies like Minomic to have a clear strategy around the protection of intellectual property rights.