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Welcome to the October edition of our Corporate and Commercial Briefly.

>   Save the Date - 2015 Walking the Talk Seminar
>   Employment – Too many cooks spoil the dismissal
>   Property, Infrastructure & Development – Rights of way Part 2 – Rights and obligations

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Save the Date - 2015 Walking the Talk Seminar

Have your say.

Right Advice. Right When You Need It.
A timely update on important issues impacting your workplace.

Full Day Seminar - 10 April 2015
Crowne Plaza Adelaide

Have your say on what you want to hear at the 2015 Walking the talk Seminar.

Following our highly regarded 2014 event, the Norman Waterhouse Employment and Industrial Relations Team invites you to join them once again for a compelling and in-depth analysis of today's workplace issues.

Also, back by popular demand, our interactive Q&A session.

This is an invaluable learning experience for Chief Executive Officers, human resource professionals and senior managers across the State and Federal industrial regimes.

We encourage you to take the opportunity to shape discussions by submitting your topics of interest to marketing@normans.com.au.



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Employment – Too many cooks spoil the dismissal

The decision to terminate the employment of an employee is a serious one. Such a decision, and the process behind it, must be sound and defensible and may be subject to scrutiny before a tribunal or court.

An employee who has been dismissed can assert that their employment was terminated for unlawful reasons. There are numerous laws under which a claim could be pursued, including unfair dismissal, equal opportunity and anti-discrimination laws. Where there are multiple persons involved in a decision to dismiss an employee and/or the chain of command is unclear, it may be difficult for an employer to properly demonstrate why an employee was dismissed.

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Property, Infrastructure & Development – Rights of way Part 2 – Rights and obligations

In our June Briefly, we considered rights of way and how they are created. This month, we examine some of the rights and obligations that exist once a right of way has been created.

Construction, maintenance and repair

Unless expressly agreed upon between the parties, the grant of a right of way does not create an obligation on the owner of the land over which a right of way has been granted (Landowner) to construct, maintain or repair the right of way.

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