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Panetta McGrath Lawyers is delighted to announce that our health and aged care team has been ranked as a leading health and aged...
Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) is hosting a COVID-19 webinar this Wednesday, 22 April on the topic of managing...
Panetta McGrath Lawyers is delighted to announce that it has been recognised in the 13th edition of The Best Lawyers in...
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A dentist was suspended for three months after failing to obtain informed consent from a ‘responsible person’ on behalf of the patients who lacked capacity to consent to their own treatment.
Judgment was entered for the defendant health service, with costs payable by the self-represented Plaintiff, after the Court found that she had, in fact, consented to a procedure in which biopsies would be performed.
The Western Australia Industrial Relations Commission issues the JobKeeper General Order and Leave General Order allowing private-sector employers and state system employees greater flexibility to manage their working arrangements during the pandemic and specifically to support the JobKeeper Scheme.