Legal representation in the Fair Work Commission; a dog’s breakfast

“It is well established that in order to exercise the discretion available to the Commission to grant permission to be…

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Legal representation rightly refused in Fair Work Commission

In the present circumstances, applying in particular, the reasoning contained in the Judgment in the Warrell case, I consider that…

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An unrepresented litigant has a fool for a client; lawyers and the Fair Work Commission

Principles for granting permission for legal representation in the Fair Work Commission The proper approach to the application of s.596…

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Legal representation

An employee seeking an unfair dismissal remedy has succeeded in opposing an application by the employer to be legally represented…

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Legal and professional representation

The anti-bullying panel of the Fair Work Commission has delivered a decision casting further light on the circumstances in which…

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Legal representation in the Fair Work Commisssion

In New South Wales Bar Association v McAuliffe; Commonwealth of Australia represented by the Australian Tax Office (2014) FWCFB 1663…

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