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Bradbrook Lawyers is an Adelaide based law firm providing specialist advice in the areas of Workplace Relations and Employment & Safety. We assist our clients to understand their legal risks and provide practical advice which enables them to minimise their legal exposure. We truly believe being proactive about risk is the only way to effectively and efficiently execute smarter business strategies.

In 2017 and 2018 Jodie was recognised in the Doyles Guide as one of Adelaide’s leading Employment and WHS lawyers.

The Law Society of South Australia - Gold Alliance Firm The Law Society of South Australia Member

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latest news

Combining Whole Person Impairments – Return to Work Act (SA)

The Full Court of the Supreme Court of South Australia delivered its Judgment in the matter of Return to Work Corporation of South Australia v Preedy [2018] SASCFC 55 on 15 June 2018.
The Judgment is attached

Our Analysis of the Judgment is attached.

June 2018

The Fair Work Commission has approved an increase to all minimum wage base rates as and from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July.  The increase will see the national minimum wage change to $719.20 per week or $18.93 per hour.

New Appointments

Brenda Druce - Associate Solicitor - Brenda will join us in late May early June and will work across all practice areas.  We are looking forward to working with Brenda and we will introduce you to her as soon as she settles in.

Model Domestic Violence Clause

On 26 March 2018 the Full Bench of the FWC ruled on a provisional basis that a model domestic violence clause should be inserted into Modern Awards via s119 of the Act.  The effect of this ruling is that employees affected by family and domestic violence will be entitled to take unpaid leave in response to the same without affecting their employment.  The clause is in the process of being drafted and the matter has been adjourned until 1 May 2018.  Further updates will be provided in due course.