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What Every Lawyer Needs to Know about Unfair Dismissal (2017) 1 CPD Unit

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What Every Lawyer Needs to Know about Unfair Dismissal (2017)


Key Learning Outcomes:

  • Who has jurisdiction to bring unfair dismissal claims and time frames for filing claims
  • A general overview of what makes a dismissal unfair
  • A guide to completion of the Fair Work Commission forms
  • What to expect from the conciliation process
  • What happens if the matter can’t be settled – the Arbitration Process
  • Other matters for practitioners including “seeking permission to appear”




About your Speaker: Dan Feldman – HR Legal

Dan is a solutions driven practitioner. He has a strong reputation for providing practical and effective advice in relation to employment issues for employers across numerous sectors and industries.  His extensive experience encompasses all aspects of workplace relations law through the provision of pro-active and strategic advice regarding redundancy and termination of employment, discrimination and bullying disputes and industrial disputes. Dan also provides advice and on the appropriate instruments to cover businesses, whether they are common law contracts, Individual Flexibility Agreements or Enterprise Agreements.


In industrial disputes and negotiations Dan is an effective negotiator, known for his “straight shooting,” no nonsense approach.


Committed to assisting clients in relation to work place health and safety, Dan has assisted many clients improve systems of work to prevent workplace injuries or accidents. Where incidents occur Dan assists with critical incident management and defending enforcement proceedings.


Dan’s passion for his area of expertise is realised through his commitment to education and training on work health and safety and workplace relations topics at internal and external forums.


As a founding partner of HR Legal, Dan has set out to differentiate the firm through its proactive service offerings.  Often advising and representing clients in difficult matters, Dan always remains focused on the bottom line implications of litigation for his clients.  His philosophy and approach centres on seeking to avoid potential claims, bad publicity and negative commercial outcomes. Dan’s approach ensures that if employment litigation is to occur, it should form part of a well thought out legal strategy – and not as an unanticipated surprise.


Dan takes the time to understand the commercial objectives and workplace culture of his clients. His advice is tailored to meet the specific requirements of each his client’s, who  often view Dan as a trusted advisor- part of their own management team rather than an external supplier.


While building his credentials as a young lawyer, Dan was nominated as a “Young Gun” in the last published edition of Legal Profiles 2002 Edition – sadly, he would now claim that he is not so young anymore, although his colleagues would tell you he is still a gun!


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