Although litigation can be a daunting and costly process, it can play a key role in protecting the interests of your business. While every matter is different, this article will provide a high-level overview of the litigation process so that you have an idea of what to expect.
If you plan to start a new practice in 2024, this is the guide for you! Avant Law's team provides information on key considerations and a handy checklist.
Medicare provides benefits to members of the public and laws are in place to prevent the exploitation of these benefits.
Effective 20 September 2023, a summary of recent payroll tax developments impacting medical and health practices in Australia.
Effective 19 September 2023, further rulings, additional commentary and examples of scenarios and associated payroll tax treatment for practice owners to consider.
Medical practices need to carefully consider how they will continue to structure their operations in light of recent and significant payroll tax decisions in the healthcare sector.
What the Federal Government’s Response to the Privacy Act Review Report could mean for your practice
What are some factors medical practices should consider and be cautious of when using these tools to generate content for their practice website.
A summary of some of the key recommendations and what health practices may want to start to consider.
Protecting personal information continues to grow as an essential function of businesses everywhere – particularly when it comes to sensitive information in sectors such as health and financial services.
Protecting personal information continues to grow as an essential function of businesses everywhere – particularly when it comes to sensitive information in sectors such as health industry.
From 12 December 2023, the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) will have new powers to investigate and enforce an employer's positive duty to take reasonable and proportionate measures to eliminate certain types of sex-based discrimination under the Sex Discrimination Act 1985 (Cth) (SDA).
The recent Federal Circuit and Family Court decision of Baldacchino v Bloombird Education Pty Ltd (No 2)  FedCFamC2G 965 (27 October 2023) highlights the risk of cumulative civil penalties for employers who fail to pay employee termination entitlements in accordance with workplace laws.
Doctors at all career stages should be mindful not to inadvertently break their continuity of service for long service leave ahead of accepting a new role or taking some extended time out from work.
From 1 February 2023, all national system employees will be entitled to 10 days' paid family and domestic violence leave.
A review of the key reforms introduced by the Secure Jobs, Better Pay Act with key areas for consideration.
A summary of the key reforms introduced by the Secure Jobs, Better Pay Act with key areas for consideration.
A review of the key reforms introduced by the Respect at Work Act with an outline of active steps required by employers.
A summary of the key reforms introduced by the Respect at Work Act with an outline of active steps required by employers.
The Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Secure Jobs, Better Pay) Bill 2022 (Cth) (Bill) has been introduced to the Commonwealth Parliament, proposing some significant changes to Australian workplace laws.
The Commonwealth Government has introduced a Bill to parliament, which proposes to implement outstanding recommendations from the Australian Human Right Commission’s landmark Respect@Work report into sexual harassment in Australian workplaces.
The legal distinction between an employee and an independent contractor is a question of fact and law. This distinction determines how a worker must be properly paid, taxed and engaged to work.
The potential payroll tax implications of the 'services and facilities' fee arrangement model common in the healthcare industry has come under increased scrutiny following a series of cases in New South Wales and Victoria.
Guarantees of annual earnings are a means of avoiding the provisions of a modern award that covers high income employees.
The sudden departure of a business partner can throw a practice into turmoil, which is why it’s crucial to organise a business succession plan before the unthinkable happens.
Many people believe that if you die without a will, your entire estate goes to your closest next of kin. However, this will not always be the case.
A snapshot of some important changes to property laws on a national and state level that may affect your decision to invest in real estate.
Planned amendments to NSW rental laws form part of a broader landscape of residential tenancy reforms.
An overview of estate planning measures that you can put in place to protect your loved one’s inheritance.
Wavelength, William Buck and Avant Law discuss the ins and outs of payroll tax compliance for medical practices.
Latest episode of Medicubes Podcast and a discussion on how payroll tax affects medical practices in Australia
William Buck and Avant Law explore the financial, legal and tax implications on Dental Practices in Australia.
Payroll tax webinar to help explain the recent NSW tax ruling and its implications for the medical industry.
Guiding you through the opportunities and challenges associated with purchasing a residential property.
Insights from our specialist lawyers on current issues and legal requirements for privacy, consent and employment.
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