February 2019

Valentine’s Day Cyber Scams to Watch Out For in 2019
Terminating an enterprise agreement – is the trickle about to stop?
The Fiocco Report: Is the Reform Sub-Contractors have been Waiting for Around the Corner?
The State Administrative Tribunal’s Jurisdiction to Resolve Disputes when a Party Moves Interstate
To Be or Not to Be…a Park Home
The Great Vaccination Debate: What does the Family Court have to say?
Assistance Animals in Caravan Parks

Welcome to our first newsletter of 2019.

Notice anything different? Our logo has been updated to mark our 100 year milestone. We think that’s worth celebrating, so over the course of the year we’ll be showcasing some of the people and events that have got us to where we are. Look out for #kottgunning100years on our Linkedin, Facebook and Instagram accounts to be part of the celebrations.

To kick off our 100th year, we have merged with prominent property and strata titles lawyer John Park, and members of the Park Legal Solutions team. Read more here.

We’ll be hosting and speaking at a number of events this year so please keep an eye on our events page.

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Valentine’s Day Cyber Scams to Watch Out For in 2019

Smart cyber habits for Valentine’s Day and other consumer events to help you plan to combat cybercrime, includes links to consumer agencies for support.
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Terminating an enterprise agreement – is the trickle about to stop?

Mike Baldwin
Special Counsel

The cases discussed demonstrate that any employer seeking to terminate an agreement with its workforce must overcome three substantial impediments. 
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The Fiocco Report: Is the Reform Sub-Contractors have been Waiting for Around the Corner?

Tim Kennedy
Senior Associate

A timely re-look at the Fiocco and Murray Reports, recommendations and what it means for the building and construction industry in WA.
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The State Administrative Tribunal’s Jurisdiction to Resolve Disputes when a Party Moves Interstate

Carol Hamilton
Lawyer

A recent case discusses what happens when one of the parties to a dispute referred to the SAT moves interstate prior to the resolution of the dispute.
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To Be or Not to Be…a Park Home

Philip Mavor
Senior Associate

It is important that park operators and local governments consider the Henville decision when making, or determining, an application for a park home park licence.
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The Great Vaccination Debate: What does the Family Court have to say?

Danielle Hadida
Lawyer

A look at case law and the Family Court’s position on vaccination and immunisation of children.
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Assistance Animals in Caravan Parks

Guidance for park operators when it comes to the rights of residents and their animals in caravan parks.
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