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Dispute Resolution Blogs

Australian Employee Dismissed for COVID-19 Vaccine Protest - Bambrick Legal Employment Lawyers

The Fair Work Tribunal has supported an employer’s decision to immediately terminate an employee after he attended an anti-vaccine rally in Melbourne last year. Although the Fair Work

Family Dispute Resolution - Bambrick Legal Family Lawyers

Family Dispute Resolution (FDR) is also known as Family Law Mediation, Divorce Mediation, or Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Unless there is a risk of abuse or harm to either

In construction and design contracts, the Australian Consumer Law implies a statutory guarantee that the construction or design services will be provided with due care and skill.

Have you loaned money or do you provide a service or goods to someone? Have you tried to provide friendly reminders and negotiations and the debt is still not paid? You are not alone,

What happens when an Insurer does not keep its promise? A breach of contract may have occurred. There are typically three types of insurance disputes: liability, quantum and

Pre-action discovery is when a person seeks discovery or production of evidentiary material or information to decide whether or against whom to bring a claim. The Court may make an

The Australian media has recently reported a series of companies that have directed vaccinations for their employees, such as SPC. Employees have to follow lawful, reasonable,

Mediation in the Magistrates Court

The South Australian Magistrates’ Court has operated a mediation service that has been available to parties in civil matters for a number of years. Free mediation has been available in

If you are a shareholder in a company and you have been unfairly treated, discriminated or prejudiced against by actions of the Directors of the company, the Oppressive Conduct

A dispute can arise in any workplace, partnership, or business relationship. So what do you need to know when resolving a dispute? It is always best to attempt to resolve your dispute

If you export goods to New Zealand, what happens when a legal dispute arises regarding payment for those goods or services? The Trans-Tasman Proceedings Act 2010 is a very