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Regulatory Capture – Scandals and Regulators

SCANDALS AND REGULATORS Recent high profile media exposés, revealed major scandals in the banking, insurance and aged care systems.  Now facing Royal Commissions, they highlight obvious failures by regulators to curb illegal action and excess. The recent issues sit alongside […]

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Negotiation and Mediation in Berlin

The techniques and skills required to negotiate or mediate (legal) problems are often overlooked or misunderstood. These skills are well understood by the Kellehers team and deployed regularly for our clients. In recognition of his experience in this field, Hubert […]

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Super Funds & Climate Change

Mark McVeigh v Retail Employees Superannuation Pty Limited Superannuation savings are an integral component to any individuals’ long-term financial security and future provision for family upon death. The compulsory employer contributions and optional personal contributions are often the base for […]

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2018 Planning Reforms to Agriculture

Newsflash In June 2018, the Victorian Government announced new planning changes that seek to provide clearer land use definitions and risk-based planning controls for various agricultural activities. The reforms will come into operation when gazetted in September 2018. The new […]

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NAIDOC Week Day 5 – Today We Honor Nora Beralda

NORA BERALDA [1] Nora Beralda (Bralda) was an Arabunna woman. We acknowledge the honor bestowed on us by her grandson, Reg Dodd, in permitting us to tell her story and include his personal recollections. Kellehers declares a personal interest in […]

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NAIDOC Week Day 4 – Today We Honor Kitty and Ballandella

KITTY AND BALLANDELLA[1] Kitty was a Wiradjuri woman. The Wiradjuri are the people of three rivers – the Macquarie (Wambool), the Lachlan (Calare) and the Murrumbidgee. Wiradjuri country is shown in Table 1. Table 1:  Map show ing Wiradjuri country[2]. […]

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NAIDOC Week Day 3 – Today We Honor – Turandurey

TURANDUREY – explorer[1] Turandurey came into the story on Wiradjuri country.  Her native language was Mathimathi (the Muthi Muthi/ MadiMadi People), but she knew Yitayita and Wiradjuri.  Wiradjuri and Muthi country are shown in the maps in Tables 1 below: […]

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NAIDOC Week day 2 – Today We Honor – Luggenmener

Luggenmener[1] Luggenmener was a Tasmanian Aboriginal woman who lived in the early 19th century.  She faced death to protect her little son from a massacre of her People and lived through the Black Wars. Her country was in the Ben […]

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NAIDOC Week day 1 – Today We Honour – Mrs Nancy Egan and Mrs Jackson Stuart

Mrs Nancy Egan and Mrs Jackson Stuart[i] Mrs Nancy Egan and Mrs Jackson Stuart are Victorian Aboriginal women who played a vital role in the preservation of their People’s language. Mrs Nancy Egan was a Wemba Wemba woman.  Mrs Jackson […]

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“(Anti)-Social Media in contested hearings and online amenity impact”

Negative online behavior is increasingly a part of hotly contested local ‘real world’ disputes. This reflects the wider social issue of how clear lines can be drawn between online and offline behaviour. Kellehers Australia recently ran a fascinating case considering […]

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