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Cautionary Tales in Employment Law

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COVID has brought us many challenges. Working from home has opened up a whole raft of generally unanswered issues, particularly relating to an employer’s potential liability for an employee who is injured in their own home, while working for the employer during working hours.  Tripping over the dog?  Slipping in the bathroom?  Who is responsible?

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What do a Viola and a Lawsuit have in Common?

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By simply obtaining a licence you are securing your business against exposure to copyright infringement lawsuits and the numerous penalties. Whether you own a busy retail shop or an employee filled workplace, you need a licence which covers your copyright obligations when streaming or playing recorded music.

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EXTENSION OF TEMPORARY RELIEF FOR FINANCIALLY DISTRESSED BUSINESSES

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The Federal Government has announced that it will continue to provide regulatory relief for businesses that have been impacted by the Coronavirus crisis by extending temporary insolvency, and bankruptcy protections until 31 December 2020.

Businesses who have not become insolvent or gone into administration, should take advantage of the extensions of the temporary measures to examine their current operations, restructure and wind down, and position themselves to take advantage of the new economic environment that will emerge from the wake of the current Coronavirus crisis.

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Business as Usual… We are still operating remotely

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Nevile & Co is here to help you, your business, and your family, during these unprecedented times. We remain committed to providing a high level of service to you, and all our valued clients.
Victorian Government COVID-19 Stage 4 restrictions require us to work remotely. This means that our office at Level 11, 100 Collins Street will close from Thursday 6 August for 6 weeks.
Rest assured that it is business as usual for us.