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Holding Redlich is open for business and fully operational

Like you, Holding Redlich is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and adjusting our response on a daily basis.

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Holding Redlich strengthens national partnership with three new hires

Holding Redlich strengthens national partnership with three new hires

Holding Redlich continues to grow its construction and infrastructure capability in Victoria, welcoming partners Shaun Whittaker and Tony Rutherford from Mills Oakley and PwC, and extends its corporate and M&A capability in Queensland with the hire of Khilen Devani from Allens.

Holding Redlich’s National Managing Partner, Ian Robertson AO, said the firm was pleased to be attracting a high calibre of talent across the country, and across key sectors of growth.

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10 June 2021 - Knowledge

Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update – May 2021

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The Fair Work Ombudsman has secured a court-ordered penalty against the former operator of a fast food outlet in Brisbane.

09 June 2021 - Knowledge

Do I have to pay for work outside of work hours?

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has recently determined that employers need to compensate employees for their time spent performing substantive work during their unpaid meal break.

09 June 2021 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government, #Data & Privacy

The NSW Information and Privacy Commission has identified common privacy risks across digital projects seeking funding from the Digital Restart Fund in a recent regulatory advice for state government agencies.

09 June 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A painter and decorator has been convicted and fined $40,000 after a sub-contractor was seriously injured on a property near Strathmerton in 2018.

09 June 2021 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin


In this article, we outline the key considerations that the Government (as the seller) needs to be mindful of when entering into a Put and Call Option Agreement in a public land sale.

08 June 2021 - Knowledge

Superannuation monthly update – May 2021

#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

In this edition, we revisit key superannuation news, legislation and cases in May.

08 June 2021 - Knowledge

New Land Acquisition and Compensation Regulations 2021

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

On 21 June 2021, the new Land Acquisition and Compensation Regulations 2021 will replace and replicate parts of the old regulations with changes to prescribed forms, information, fees and other matters.

08 June 2021 - Knowledge

How to detect and deter bid rigging conduct in government procurement

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #Competition & Consumer Law, #Government, #Procurement

With the ACCC’s recent enforcement action for “bid rigging” cartel conduct arising from government procurement activity, we provide tips for government lawyers to detect and deter such behaviour occurring on their next procurement.

08 June 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition & Consumer

#Competition & Consumer Law

Small businesses, franchisees and fuel retailers can use the ACCC’s class exemption for collective bargaining.

08 June 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction, Infrastructure & Projects

With ambulance ramping occurring in our public hospitals because of a lack of doctors, nurses and beds, the AMA is calling on National Cabinet to urgently address public hospital funding to pull hospitals ‘back from the brink’.

07 June 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

With COVID-19, travel restrictions have brought migration to a standstill. But amid the gloom, there’s a unique opportunity to reset our permanent skilled migration program to favour young, high-skilled workers who bring the biggest economic benefits to Australia.

07 June 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Federal Government wants to reward farmers with cash payments for improving their environmental performance, cultivating an idea that germinated in Queensland.

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03 June 21 - In the News

Portfolio sale set to bolster Tassie tourism

National law firm Holding Redlich has advised on the sale of RACT Destinations tourism portfolio of hotels and marine tourism services.

24 May 21 - In the News

New reef regulations coming in June

From 1 June 2021, new cropping requirements and industrial land use activity discharge standards will be introduced to Queensland’s Reef Protection Regulations.

07 May 21 - In the News

New partners expand Holding Redlich’s construction and M&A capabilities

Holding Redlich has expanded its construction and infrastructure and corporate and M&A capabilities with the hire of three new partners.