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Gadens' employment and safety team, Thomson Reuters' Practical Law Australia team and Ian Neil SC recently hosted a seminar on 'Protecting your business from former employees' to celebrate the launch of the Post-employment obligations suite on Practical Law Australia. The seminar explored how to identify confidential information, use contracts and policies to protect your business and more.

Protecting your business from former employees
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Protecting your business from former employees

Gadens' employment and safety team, Thomson Reuters' Practical Law Australia team and Ian Neil SC recently hosted a seminar on 'Protecting your business from former employees' to celebrate the launch of the Post-employment obligations suite on Practical Law Australia. The seminar explored how to identify confidential information, use contracts and policies to protect your business and more.

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The law around post-employment obligations and restraints involves multiple considerations for employers seeking to place limits on their employees' future ventures.

This toolkit provides a collection of practical know-how resources to help you navigate the complexities of post-employment obligations, including:

  • Practice note: Post-employment obligations: confidentiality
  • Precedent: Letter to former employee about post-employment obligations
  • Checklist: Post-employment restraints: information needed to draft an effective restraint
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Restraint of Trade, Confidentiality and IP

The law around post-employment obligations and restraints involves multiple considerations for employers seeking to place limits on their employees' future ventures.

This Practical Law Australia Employment Law toolkit provides a collection of 'know-how' resources to enable you to navigate the complexities of post-employment obligations.

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This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note examines sexual harassment in employment under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) (SDA), which makes it unlawful to sexually harass another person in their employment.

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Sexual Harassment

This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note examines sexual harassment in employment under the Sex Discrimination Act 1984 (Cth) (SDA), which makes it unlawful to sexually harass another person in their employment.

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Why Traditional Legal Terms are Costing Your Business
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Why Traditional Legal Terms are Costing Your Business

This whitepaper examines the business risks of unclear, ambiguous, and complex contract terms and makes the commercial (and legal) case for a more straightforward approach.

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This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note examines when an employee is protected from dismissal due to a temporary absence from work while ill or injured under section 352 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and how to substantiate that the illness or injury is of a kind protected by the legislation.

Practice note

Dismissing an Ill or Injured Employee: Temporary Absence Provisions

This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note examines when an employee is protected from dismissal due to a temporary absence from work while ill or injured under section 352 of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) and how to substantiate that the illness or injury is of a kind protected by the legislation.

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2016 Australia: State of the Legal Market
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2016 Australia: State of the Legal Market

The Melbourne Law School and Thomson Reuters Peer Monitor® are pleased to present this report setting out the dominant trends impacting the legal market in 2017 and beyond.

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This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note provides guidance on the process to follow when determining an employee's ability to perform the inherent requirements of a position having regard to the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) and under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

Practice note

Managing an Ill or Injured Employee: Inherent Requirements, Reasonable Adjustments and Unjustifiable Hardship

This Practical Law Australia Employment Law practice note provides guidance on the process to follow when determining an employee's ability to perform the inherent requirements of a position having regard to the provisions of the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Cth) and under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).

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This Practical Law Australia Company Law practice note examines the legal requirements and process for transferring shares from one person to another (including drafting and executing a valid share transfer form, registering the transfer and updating the company's share register). It also considers common transfer restrictions and how to deal with them.

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Transfer of Shares

This Practical Law Australia Company Law practice note examines the legal requirements and process for transferring shares from one person to another (including drafting and executing a valid share transfer form, registering the transfer and updating the company's share register). It also considers common transfer restrictions and how to deal with them.

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This Practical Law Australia Company Law practice note offers a guide to the types of companies that can be incorporated in Australia by the process of registration under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (CA 2001) and that are regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). It includes a summary of each company type's key features and their different benefits, obligations and restrictions.

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Types of Company Under the Corporations Act 2001

This Practical Law Australia Company Law practice note offers a guide to the types of companies that can be incorporated in Australia by the process of registration under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (CA 2001) and that are regulated by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). It includes a summary of each company type's key features and their different benefits, obligations and restrictions.

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