Monday 24th Sep, 2018

WORKPLACE RELATIONS: Picketing Part III – Going to court

Chris Gianatti* explores the logistics and timelines involved in making a court application in the third part of a series on the legal aspects of picketing


WORKPLACE RELATIONS: So you’re being picketed – what are your legal courses of action?

In this second part of our picketing series, Chris Gianatti* discusses some of the legal actions employers might need to consider pursuing


DCN Directory up and running

The Directory is your one-stop-shop for contacts and more for anyone and everyone in the Australian maritime industry

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Brambles ready to defend law suits

Market reporting in late 2016 has come under the microscope

Newly-appointed TWU national secretary, Michael Kaine. Photo: TWU

Michael Kaine takes over at TWU

There has been a leadership change at the helm at one of Australian freight’s most influential unions

Image: istockphoto and Jim Wilson

Crew paid six months late on foreign-flagged vessel

The bulker was carrying cargo from Thevenard to Devonport when AMSA was notified of the underpayment

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WORKPLACE RELATIONS: Picketing or community protests… lawful or unlawful?

Ports, stevedoring and logistics operators have been subjected to an increase in picketing activity in recent times. Considering this, lawyer Chris Gianatti explores the contemporary history of the practice

Photo: Ashleigh Telford

MUA members show support for Esso Longford workers

Wharfies rage in solidarity with their Gippsland mates