For both business owners and workers alike, there is often a conundrum as to whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor. RMB Lawyers Partner CHRIS SHEPPARD explains that it is an important distinction.
Making sure you have a valid and up-to-date Will doesn’t only ensure your estate is distributed according to your wishes when you die. As the RMB Wills and Estates division writes, it is also a service to your loved ones.
RMB Lawyers Compensation division looks at a case that is dominating the media headlines:
RMB Compensation division explains a case of medical negligence at childbirth:
Firefighters who have been diagnosed with cancer should look at how amendments to Workers Compensation might benefit them.
Whether you’re a first-time business tenant or a regular with experience, it’s always important to know your obligations under your lease. Here are five top tips for tenants from our Commercial Law team.
RMB Lawyers Senior Associate ANNE BARLOW explains why it can pay to investigate compensation for consequential injuries.
Creative content producers have sought to get a message across to Australians for decades that piracy is stealing. However, as the RMB Compensation team explains, the message does not appear to be getting through.
An injury or illness that prevents you returning to work can have devastating consequences for your financial as well as physical wellbeing. But as head of the Compensation Law Division at RMB Lawyers CHRIS SHEPPARD explains, help may be at hand.
Businesses often find that clients fail to pay their invoices by the due date, we discuss the legal action businesses can take if they are having trouble with late payments.
Many casual employees are now able to convert to permanent full-time or part-time employment under certain conditions of their employment, as RMB Lawyers Partner CHRIS SHEPPARD explains.
When couples separate it’s often hard enough for them to decide who is getting the television, the couch or even the children. And when it’s the family pet, it’s by no means less complicated, as the head of RMB Lawyers’ Family Law Division CLAIRE OSBORNE explains.
The RMB Compensation Division how far a school’s duty of care to its pupils extends.
The RMB Compensation Divsion looks at two case of driver harassment, with different compensation outcomes for the victims.
Who is responsible when you have been injured, then suffered from poor treatment outcomes?
The RMB Compensation Division explains the importance of consumers understanding their rights in relation to returns policies and faulty goods.
Should you defend yourself if charged with criminal offences before the Local Court? RMB Lawyers Criminal division explains the process:
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse shocked the nation over its five-year examination of the often horrifying prevalence of the sexual abuse of children in major public institutions. RMB Lawyers Compensation division considers the legal implications of one of the Royal Commission’s key recommendations:
Law firms offering “No Win / No Fee” agreements are often met with scepticism. However, such arrangements are provided for the benefit of those seeking legal advice – and not the lawyers.
Contempt of Court laws means that there are dangers for the untrained, or unwary, in appearing in Court or covering Court proceedings for the media.
The NSW Government is preparing to regulate the short term letting industry, but you can have your say. RMB Property and Planning division explains:
Advances in medical science are changing the way we view ownership of bodily tissue.
Changing a child’s surname can’t be done simply as a matter of convenience to one or other of the parents. There are many other considerations, as The RMB Family Law division explains:
You should consider a binding death benefit nomination if you have a self-managed superannuation fund, to ensure your assets are distributed as you wish after your death. The RMB Estate Planning division explains.
Contracts are a part of everyday life, but they can also be a trap for the unwary – especially for purchases like mobile phones.