Skip to content Skip to menu

Post Archive - April 2019

Post Archive - April 2019

Not-For-Profits: It’s Ok to be ‘Profitable’
Picture of

Not-For-Profits: It’s Ok to be ‘Profitable’

Not-for-profit organisations from time to time seek advice from us before embarking on an exciting new commercial or income-generating venture. Often, they are prompted to seek advice because they are concerned with ensuring that they do not compromise their not-for-profit and/or charitable status. Not-for-profit organisations must of course, by their very nature, not generate a profit for their members....

  1. Aged Care Blog

Read More

Anaesthetist who undertook unnecessary rectal examination succeeds in staying suspension of his registration
Picture of

Anaesthetist who undertook unnecessary rectal examination succeeds in staying suspension of his registration

An anaesthetist who undertook a clinically unnecessary rectal examination of an anaesthetised patient at the alleged encouragement of the colorectal surgeon performing the procedure was successful in having the suspension of his registration stayed until his appeal against the suspension is heard in full. Dr Adam Hill’s registration was suspended by the Medical Council of New South Wales on and from 4 March 2019....

  1. Health Blog

Read More

HR + Employment Law: Latest Alert Edition 18 - 2019
Picture of

HR + Employment Law: Latest Alert Edition 18 - 2019

Latest News The Mental Health Code of Practice has been launched this week by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety, following extensive public consultation. Whilst this is a mandatory resource specifically for those on a FIFO roster within the resources and construction sector, it provides useful guidance more generally to employers with an interest in the mental health of their workforce....

  1. Employment Law and Workplace Relations Blog

Read More

Redetermination of Penalty following Appeal provides similar outcome
Picture of

Redetermination of Penalty following Appeal provides similar outcome

On 31 January 2017 the State Administrative Tribunal handed down its initial decision finding that the Doctor’s conduct in relation to a Patient constituted a serious breach of professional boundaries and sexual misconduct. In addition, the Tribunal found that the Doctor’s misleading medical notes on the Patient and his prolonged course of conduct between 18 November 2013 and 15 April 2015, ...

  1. Health Blog

Read More