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Welcome to the June newsletter from RN Legal


Our first article looks at the decision by Deputy President Lake of the Fair Work Commission on the case of Ms Bou-Jamie Barber v Goodstart Early Learning [2021]. It was found that the employee's dismissal from her employment for refusing to receive the influenza vaccination was not unfair. A very interesting read!

Our second article discusses debt recovery and enforcing judgment in NSW. The process of enforcing a judgment can be expensive, lengthy and frustrating. Some key questions include whether to pursue enforcement action, what enforcement methods to choose, and whether to enter into or stop an installment arrangement. Be sure to check out this article for an overview of judgment enforcement in the context of debt recovery.

We hope you find this month's articles interesting and useful. 

Regards 
From the team at RN Legal
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Employee's Dismissal for Vaccine Refusal Not Unfair

On 20 April 2021, Deputy President Lake of the Fair Work Commission delivered a much-awaited decision, finding Ms Barber’s dismissal from her employment for refusing to receive the influenza vaccination was not unfair.
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Debt Recovery: Enforcing Judgment in NSW

This article will give you an overview of judgment enforcement in the context of debt recovery, including the importance of taking immediate action, methods for enforcement and payment arrangements.
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