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Professional sportspeople are workers, so make them safe

There is no doubt that football fields are the workplaces of professional football players and their support staff. So they are covered by occupational health and safety (OHS) and/or work health and safety (WHS) laws but what does this mean in relation to OHS regulators, and the sportspeople’s employers? 1,557 more words


Who gets prosecuted?

A company gets ready to plead guilty to criminal wire fraud for making misleading statements and concealing information about a safety issue.  Fine will be close to a billion dollars. 144 more words


Potential Director Liabilities in Private Companies

Enclosed is a link to a Newsletter was prepared by my Partners at FisherBroyles, LLP, who have decades of experience practicing in the field of corporate and governance laws.   175 more words

Corporate Law

Local Hedon firm - Helping local authorities understand Memorial Responsibilities

HEDON based memorial masons, W.P Everingham & Sons Ltd hosted a special meeting in the Council Chamber at Hedon Town Hall in August to help local burial authorities to understand their responsibilities within their burial grounds with regards to memorials. 145 more words


If you think your boss is a “slave driver”, think again.

Something we tend to overlook in our day to day affairs, but slavery still does exist in the world and most people would agree it needs to be eradicated once and for all. 423 more words

Employment Law

Yes, we have no bananas

Who has what duties to whom with respect to information?  Can the CEO or major shareholder present false information to the Board in order to profit at the expense of the other shareholders? 88 more words

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