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Evan Willis | Snr Associate | Melbourne

Workplace Relations & Safety

T: +61 3 9321 9720

E: evan.willis@holdingredlich.com

Evan is a senior associate in our Workplace Relations & Safety Group, practising in all aspects of employment, industrial and safety law. He advises and represents public and private sector employers, executive level employees and registered organisations in a variety of litigious and non-litigious workplace matters.

Evan’s areas of expertise include:

  • preparing, advising on and enforcing employment contracts
  • interpreting industrial instruments, including awards and enterprise agreements
  • workplace bullying and discrimination matters
  • restraints of trade and protection of confidential information
  • work health and safety
  • termination of employment issues, including unfair dismissal, general protections and wrongful termination
  • industrial relations issues.

Evan’s experience includes:

  • advising and appearing in industrial relations proceedings in the Federal courts and the Supreme Court of Victoria
  • advising and appearing in unfair dismissals and general protections proceedings in the Fair Work Commission
  • assisting employers and executives to resolve restraint of trade and contractual disputes
  • advising and representing an executive in the Administrative Appeals Tribunal determining a review of a Fair Entitlements Guarantee scheme
  • advising on complex transfer of business and employee entitlement issues in large commercial transactions
  • resolving a complex dispute concerning allegations of employee fraud
  • advising both publicly listed and privately held companies in respect of investigations and subsequent litigation with the Fair Work Ombudsman
  • assisting one of Australia’s largest publicly listed companies with enterprise agreements in the Fair Work Commission
  • assisting a business and a registered organisation before the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption
  • acting for a large media outlet in a high profile wrongful termination case.
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