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Episode image for Safety Starts at the Top – Officers’ Personal Liability for WHS Breaches
Episode 51 Safety Starts at the Top – Officers’ Personal Liability for WHS Breaches Peter Rozen QC In this episode, Peter Rozen QC reflects on his work assisting the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety, applying case studies and stories to WHS law. Peter also discusses the differences in Work Health and Safety laws between states and the adoption of the model law. Peter also discusses officers’ duties under WHS law and the need to actively implement safe management plans.
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Episode image for That’s Just Unfair! Unfair Preferences in Insolvency Litigation
Episode 49 That’s Just Unfair! Unfair Preferences in Insolvency Litigation Nicola Bailey In this episode, Nicola Bailey shares her experience in insolvency litigation on both the creditor and debtor’s side. Nicola explains unfair preference claims, in particular, the from the assets of the company requirement. She also distinguishes the peak and net indebtedness rules. Finally, she highlights the changing nature of unfair preference claims as it relates to the availability of set-off in these claims.
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Episode image for Behind Closed Doors: The Insidious Challenge of Financial Abuse
Episode 46 Behind Closed Doors: The Insidious Challenge of Financial Abuse Laura Bianchi and Julian Charters In this episode, we discuss the effects of payday lending legislation changes to the National Credit Code and the Banking Code of Practice on vulnerable peoples to identify, and prevent, financial abuse. As Team Leader of the Redfern Legal Centre’s Financial Abuse Service, Laura Bianchi shares her experiences as a CLC lawyer in this space while Julian Charters offers his commercially-minded insights.
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Episode image for Migration conversation: the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s migration laws
Episode 41 Migration conversation: the impact of COVID-19 on Australia’s migration laws Tamsin Johnston and Shamili Kugathas Tamsin Johnston and Shamili Kugathas, migration lawyers at Australian Presence Legal, share with us their professional and personal experiences with COVID-19 changes to Australian migration laws. In this episode of Hearsay we discuss everything from the India travel ban, to the ‘legacy caseload’, to the appeals process for refused and cancelled applications, and more.
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Episode image for At the Edge of the Insolvency Cliff: The new small business restructuring process
Episode 27 At the Edge of the Insolvency Cliff: The new small business restructuring process Mark Wellard and Jason Harris Professor Jason Harris (USyd) and Mark Wellard (UTS) join us to discuss the Corporations Amendment (Corporate Insolvency Reforms) Bill 2020, and whether the small business restructuring process it introduces – Australia’s first debtor-in-possession formal insolvency regime – is really the tool that distressed Australian businesses need in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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