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The latest issue of the Workplace Review (Volume 5 Part 3) contains the following material:
- Chivers v Queensland – genuine occupational requirement – Geraldine Dann
- Parsing the mind of the decision-maker – is Barclay the final word? – Steven Moore
Nine things you need to know about the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption – Sara Hopkins and Longzhen Han
This article addresses nine common questions about the ongoing high profile public inquiry into trade union governance and corruption.
Retirement of Commissioner Deegan from FWC – James Macken
After a long career in industrial relations and almost 20 years at the Fair Work Commission and its predecessors, Commissioner Barbara Deegan is retiring. In this article, James Macken discusses her career and the many changes that have occurred during her tenure at the Commission.
The recent High Court decision of Commonwealth Bank of Australia v Barker  HCA 32 has significantly impacted the common law of employment law in Australia. In this article, Daniel O’Sullivan outlines the facts and reasons for this decision.
This is a synopsis of a paper presented on 13 September 2014 at a University of New South Wales’ Law School Seminar on the Regulation and Control of Labour Organisations, which dealt with union amalgamations and withdrawals from these amalgamations. The seminar was organised by former Attorney-General, Robert McClelland, who is now a solicitor with Carroll & O’Dea in Sydney.
- Justice Glenn Martin: “Brisbane’s finest” brings a dose of humour to the industrial court – by Steven Andrew
- The death knell of the duty of trust and confidence but hope for good faith remains? – Victoria Lambropoulos
- Miscellany of the legal world – Jeffrey Phillips SC
For the pdf version of the table of contents, click here: WAU – WR Vol 5 Pt 3 Contents.