Category Archives: legal

Inquiry Into NSW Workers Compensation Scheme

A parliamentary inquiry is a means for a parliaments to find out specific information about a topic. They are a way for the public to have a say. A committee is appointed, from the members of parliament, to conduct the … Continue reading

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Cadbury Schweppes Pty Ltd v Davis [2001] NSWCCPD 4 (31 January 2011) – When does case management turn into bullying?

This is a case from the Worker’s Compensation Commission of NSW that everyone working in Occupational Rehabiliation or Injury Mangement should be aware of. It is a NSW case but the same law potentially applies in other states.You can read … Continue reading

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Report of Information Session for National Registration of Occupational Therapy

As promised I attended the information session about National registration of OTs at Westmead Hospital. It was great to be in the company of so many other OTs! For other rehabhub readers I will post on more general rehab/injury management … Continue reading

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Expert Witnesses Immunity Under Threat

Hello to everyone in the rehabhub. Whether you are a regular reader or just having a look, we hope you take something positive away with you. This week we have a serious matter. The principle of expert witness immunity may … Continue reading

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Billable Hours

Billable hours can be a way of measuring productivity or a means of applying pressure. If you think your job is high stress, take a moment to think about the lawyers in the UK firm Taylor Wessing. In this firm … Continue reading

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