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WorkPac v Rossato: the potential implications

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WorkPac v Rossato: the potential implications

Speakers:
Ian Neil SC, 6 St James Hall Chambers; David Chin SC, 5 Wentworth Chambers; Chris Parkin, 5 Wentworth Chambers; Sally Moten, Partner, Workplace Relations & Safety, Lander & Rogers (Chair)

Venue:
Recorded in August 2021.

The seminar covers the key issues arising from the High Court’s decision, including:
• the extent to which employment contracts are subject to orthodox legal analysis;
• the common law concept of casual employment;
• the relationship between the High Court’s decision and the recent amendments to the Fair Work Act dealing with casual employment;
• the implications of the High Court’s reasoning for the employee/independent contractor distinction;
• potential options for employees whose contracts do not reflect the reality of their employment relationship; and
• the status of the ‘set off’ in employment law.
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Speaker Ian Neil SC, 6 St James Hall Chambers; David Chin SC, 5 Wentworth Chambers; Chris Parkin, 5 Wentworth Chambers; Sally Moten, Partner, Workplace Relations & Safety, Lander & Rogers (Chair)
Venue NSW State Library
Date Recorded in August 2021
Length 1 hour
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