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Bartier Perry
Australian law and our legal system have been incredibly progressive in facing the challenges of COVID-19.
Holman Webb
This extension responds to the COVID 19 pandemic and the need to execute documents while maintaining physical distancing.
Logie Smith Lanyon
Determining eligible employers in JobKeeper 2.0 is the same but the test to assess the decline in turnover has varied.
The tourism industry has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic, with lockdowns, social distancing and closed borders.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about the measures taken to manage the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holding Redlich
A summary of key legal issues impacting business, as well as Australian and Victorian Government measures in place.
The third article of our retail series explores how the pandemic accelerated a range of trends in the retail industry.
This article summarise the main points of the extended Jobkeeper payment scheme, dubbed JobKeeper 2.0.
PCC Employment Lawyers
The extended JobKeeper payment introduces a two-tier payment system for businesses that meet the decline in turnover test.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
The effects of COVID-19 continue to significantly affect business and the extensions will assist those who owe debts.
The Government may need to supplement JobKeeper 2.0 for retail and hospitality businesses with a reduction in turnover.
Holding Redlich
A summary of key legal issues impacting business, as well as Australian and Victorian Government measures in place.
COVID-19 has created a rise in online communications such as video conferencing.
COVID-19 has resulted in a large percentage of the population working remotely, and physical distancing measures have made it difficult for individuals to meet in person.
Vincent Young
The Coronavirus Economic Response Package (JobKeeper Payments) Amendment Act 2020 (Act) received royal assent on 3 September 2020.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
Although this case deals with a number of issues, the focus of the article is the legal principle of frustration.
Clyde & Co
Around the world, restrictions that were put in place to contain the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have started to relax.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Court users and members of the public are assured that extra cleaning has been undertaken at the Parramatta courthouse.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is creating business uncertainty.
Clyde & Co
Since the COVID-19 virus was declared a global pandemic, international construction projects have been affected by various COVID-19 related issues,...
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