A Practical Introduction to Administrative Decision Writing Under the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act Writing decisions to accept, reject and terminate claims can be time-consuming and difficult. Join our experts for breakfast and learn: How to write better decisions; [...]
The Supreme Court of Queensland has made its first decision under legislation granting courts the discretion to set aside settlement agreements in historical abuse cases. Claims will not be re-opened just because of favourable changes in the law since the time of the settlement.
Tax can impact family law settlements in many different ways. Family lawyers need to know about potential tax consequences to properly support their clients. Join BTLawyers and professional network development group VENN on October 9 for an informative and [...]
Last week, the High Court of Australia handed down the decision in Comcare v Banerji, ending a long-running legal saga highlighting the potential consequences for public sector employees who use social media in breach of their Code of Conduct.
BTLawyers is thrilled to have secured Dr John Tuffley, orthopaedic surgeon to present an engaging and informative workshop on spinal anatomy, disc pathology, and the objective and subjective signs of disability.
The High Court recently delivered a decision regarding a sperm donor being considered as a parent of a child in the case of Masson v Parsons & Ors. The case was regarding a woman (“Jane”) being inseminated with sperm of [...]
What's a good video without a few bloopers? 😏😂🎬 At the end of the day, we're human too. Here are some funny moments captured from The Legend of BTLawyers video shoot. Got a question? Complete [...]
If you’re a Family Law specialist in S.E. QLD, register today for an exclusive workshop on mediation sponsored by BTLawyers. This entertaining and informative workshop will challenge your perception of mediation and dispute resolution.
Ever worked in a workplace where you were required to provide a biometric scan of your fingerprint to prove you were actually at work? Ever been told by an employer you would be fired if you didn’t scan your finger?