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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.

Regardless of whether we're in the office or working elsewhere, Holding Redlich is fully resourced to meet the needs of our clients. Our systems are fully capable of supporting our people to work wherever they need to be based.

We will continue to follow the advice of the Commonwealth and State Governments and relevant health authorities as this situation unfolds.

We will also take all necessary measures to minimise disruption to our clients and how we work together.

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31 Holding Redlich lawyers named in 2021 Best Lawyers™ list

31 Holding Redlich lawyers named in 2021 Best Lawyers™ list

Holding Redlich is pleased to announce that 31 lawyers have been listed in the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in Australia, including six partners recognised for the first time and Melbourne workplace partner Charles Power awarded Lawyer of The Year under Employee Benefits Law.

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02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update - May 2020

#Workplace Relations & Safety

With no "snap-back" in sight, leaders in construction and tourism are warning of swathes of further job losses after JobKeeper expires at the end of September

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Advertising agencies and the law: Essential terms in an advertising contract (part 2)

#Technology, Media & Telecommunications

In the second of our four-part series, we look at some essential contractual terms that should be included to govern the unique relationship between an agency and its client.

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Forfeited inheritance? Another short-straw for medical professionals

#Private Client Practice, #COVID-19

People carry risk in their professional lives, often without contemplating how things might transpire in the event that they find themselves being personally sued for any reason.

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has received over 3180 COVID-19 related financial complaints since the coronavirus (COVID-19) was declared a pandemic in March.

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Transport, Shipping & Logistics

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

The Australian Logistics Council is calling on all state and territory governments to permanently remove the operational curfews that are now suspended due to the pandemic.

01 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

#Property & Real Estate

Although the full impact of Covid-19 is yet to hit the Australian property market, researchers predict the downturn won't last long.

01 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

A review of more than 40 studies on coronavirus immunity suggests that SARS-CoV-2 could become the fifth seasonal coronavirus.

01 June 2020 - Knowledge

Superannuation monthly update – May 2020

#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

We examine the Treasury Laws Amendment Bill 2019, which will be brought before Parliament in mid-June, and consider the impact should the Bill be passed. Plus, other key news, legislation, cases and developments in superannuation in May 2020.

29 May 2020 - Knowledge

Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response Regulation 2020

#Property & Real Estate, #COVID-19

The Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response Regulation 2020 (COVID Regulation) is made under the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020 (COVID Act) with the purpose to implement the National Cabinet Mandatory Code of Conduct (National Leasing Code).

27 May 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

The current restriction on cruise ships entering Australian waters has been extended for a further three months until 17 September 2020.

27 May 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The Morrison Government is supporting multicultural business owners to safely re-open, with fact sheets on running COVID-safe workplaces now available in 63 languages.

26 May 2020 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government, #COVID-19

The number of class actions in Australia has increased significantly over the past decade and there is concern that, in the wake of the current economic crisis arising out of the COVID-19 health crisis, there will be a rush of class actions that will hamper Australia’s economic recovery.

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01 June 20 - In the News

Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy

Time and attendance systems that collect and match employee biometric data can lead to privacy concerns. Recent FWC decisions highlight the measures an employer should adopt to impose an enforceable requirement.

29 May 20 - Media Release

National law firm assists Poly Global with first development in Queensland

National law firm, Holding Redlich, is acting for Poly Global (Poly), the Australian subsidiary of Shanghai Stock Exchange-listed developer Poly Developments and Holdings, on its first development in Queensland.

28 May 20 - In the News

COVID-19: It’s business interrupted, but will insurers step up?

It’s called business interruption insurance, and business across the world has most certainly been interrupted, write Howard Rapke and Jessica Tsiakis.