Try to resolve the issue with your employer directly, if they are uncooperative, or do not believe that they have breached your employment contract, you technically have the legal right to take the matter to court to sue them for breaching the contract. Obviously going to court with your employer is not what you want as this will be a painful, time-consuming and costly exercise, and is only an option when you have first exhausted all manner of informal dispute resolution such as mediation and negotiation.
Emma is an experienced franchise lawyer and litigator who has successfully helped many clients achieve commercial and workable solutions to their legal problems. With over 10 years legal experience, Emma has run many cases in all tiers of the NSW Court system and Family Court of Australia, as well as having many years experience in advising clients of their legal rights in both the commercial and family law spheres. Emma is also experienced in drafting a range of documents, including complex binding financial agreements for high wealth individuals, franchise documents, and all other commercial contracts.
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Innovator of the Year – 2016 Australian Law Awards
Professional Services Business of the Year – 2016 Optus MyBusiness Awards
Boutique Diversity Law Firm of the Year – 2015 Women in Law Awards
Startup Disruptor and Next Rich Award Finalist – 2016 PwC Aspire Awards
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Innovator of the Year Finalist – 2016 Optus MyBusiness Awards