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Claire Ross

Phone: 02 4904 8083

Email: cross@turnbullhill.com.au

Claire commenced work with Turnbull Hill Lawyers as a graduate in January 2009 after attending the University of Newcastle.

Claire works in Commercial Debt Recovery, General Commercial and Equity Litigation, Corporate Insolvency and Bankruptcy and Industrial Relations and Employment Law. She has been involved in proceedings over a range of jurisdictions including the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Federal Magistrate's Court, Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal and Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

Claire is committed to best practice principles and prides herself on taking a commercially sensible and practical approach to legal service delivery. She regularly identifies and analyses client needs and provides innovative legal solutions in an efficient and timely manner.

Claire's interests outside work include playing sport and spending time with her family and friends.

Specialisations

Business and Corporate Law
Commercial Litigation

Qualifications

Bachelor of Law
Bachelor of Business (majoring in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management)
Diploma of Legal Practice

Publications

Employers need to get ready for the new National Employee Standards

Written by Gavin Hanrahan, Partner - The 1st of the National Employment Standards (NES) is that which provides that the maximum weekly hours are 38 hours for full-time employees (or if the employee works less than 38 hours per week, then their ordinary hours of work in a week), subject to reasonable additional working hours.   ...

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Court directs Contested Wills traffic to the Express Lane

Written by Adrian Corbould - THE NSW Supreme Court has recently introduced new rules to simplify deceased estates disputes, with the expectation of these measures to cut costs and finalise will challenges more rapidly.   Some of the changes include online eCourt determination of progress orders, compulsory mediation, and a s...

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How should employees give notice when they are sick?

When determining how employees should give notice when they are sick, there are two main points to consider: the employer can via a policy (written or verbal) regulate the nature of the notice to be given e.g. – the employee has to speak (not text or email) to the HR manger before 8.30am;
it makes sense for the pol...

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Do you need a shareholders agreement?

A company's internal management will be governed by a combination of: the Corporations Act 2001; and the company's Constitution, if it has one; and the company's Shareholders' Agreement, if it has one. The Corporations Act The Corporations Act provides some basic safeguards for shareholders. The...

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License Suspension Appeals to the Local Court

You can appeal against the suspension of your license if one of the following applies to you: Are you a provisional or learner licence holder and have Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) suspended your licence because you had too many demerit points? Have you been issued an infringement and suspension notice for speeding more than...

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