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Close the gate! Another win for Bailiwick Legal
October 8, 2019

In a win for common sense, Bailiwick Legal has successfully argued that the true nature and purpose of an Easement […]


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Does your employee have the right to dictate their conditions ?
September 27, 2019

A recent Fair Work Commission decision illustrates the importance of responding reasonably to the radically altered situation of an employee. […]


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Bailiwick Legal newsletter September edition
September 12, 2019

Our latest newsletter is out! Check out the Bailiwick Legal September 2019 newsletter for news on what we have been […]


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Wills, Estates and Beneficiary Rights – Part 2: Beneficiary rights
September 9, 2019

disputes in relation to estates, what you need to know when challenging or contesting a Will


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Changes to the Hospitality Award & Restaurant Award
September 6, 2019

The Fair Work Commission has varied the payment of wages on termination clause in the Hospitality Award and the Restaurant […]


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Changes to the Pastoral Award & Wine Award
September 6, 2019

Changes to the Pastoral Award and the Wine Award  The Fair Work Commission has varied the payment of wages on […]


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Do you need a social media policy ?
August 30, 2019

With the evolution of technology and popularity of social media, feedback can come from not only a wide range of […]


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5 things to consider when hiring a new employee
August 30, 2019

Hiring employees is an important part of growing your business, bringing new skills and perspectives into the workplace. However the […]


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Care and Ageing Expo – on this weekend !
August 1, 2019

The Western Australian Care and Ageing Expo is a showcase of the products, services, information and education available that will […]


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Preeminent Agribusiness Law Firm
July 24, 2019

Bailiwick Legal are once again delighted to have received recognition from Doyles as a Leading Agribusiness Law Firm in Western […]


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