I have a highly regarded and envied success rate representing employers and employees both in prosecuting and defending unfair dismissal, unlawful and wrongful dismissal cases and my rates for doing so are as far as I know the most economical in Western Australia. If you read my posts on my law blog page, you will see that my experience speaks for itself. You are very welcome to browse the posts from the extensive index.
A lack of equal opportunity in today’s Australian workplaces rankles with many employees, yet it can also be a complex operational challenge for employers. General protections provisions and complex anti-discrimination laws exist under the Fair Work Act but that very technical jurisdiction is difficult to understand for many and is costly to use and defend. I can help you assess your workplace discrimination issue, the available strategies and remedies quickly, clearly and with a minimum of fuss and jargon.
I have specialised in this area of the law for more than 40 years and am available to answer any of your questions promptly and in a clear and comprehensible manner. I offer telephone and Skype consultations which are affordable, convenient and provide fast outcomes. I am very conscious of the capacity of such issues to cause serious stress both for employers and employees and fully understand the urgency of identifying a workable solution.
With more than 40 years of unblemished legal practice at the highest of levels in Western Australia, and the other States too, I offer a range of employment services and advice and representation for both employees and employers. These days I do so as an industrial agent and at rates and fees which are a fraction of those of my legal colleagues. You can read how and why I can do this in the About tab above, where there are several paragraphs about my career and which explain in a nutshell who I am, what I do and why I do it.
Posted: 20 Jan 2022
The Fair Work Act contains minimum periods of “continuous employment” for an employee to be protected from unfair dismissal. These […]
Posted: 19 Jan 2022
This is a decision of the Federal Court of Australia granting a slight extension of time in which to file […]
Posted: 18 Jan 2022
An employee may be regarded as having been unfairly dismissed even though there may be a valid reason for the […]
Posted: 17 Jan 2022
This summary of the law which is applied by the Fair Work Commission when determining whether an employee was dismissed […]
Posted: 14 Jan 2022
The Small Business Fair Dismissal Code contains a potential jurisdictional defence for small business employers involved in an unfair dismissal […]
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