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Andrew Wheeldon

Defending applications in state and federal industrial commissions and tribunals on behalf of employers, including unfair dismissal, discrimination and victimisation, workplace bullying claims, enterprise agreement disputes and general protections contraventions.
Reviewing, advising on, drafting and negotiating enterprise agreements on behalf of large national employers, particularly in respect of heavily unionised industries.
Defending state and federal Court proceedings, including in relation to alleged general protections contraventions, underpayment of wages prosecutions brought on behalf of government regulators, breach of contract and breach of restraint of trade, intellectual property, confidential information and other postemployment obligations.
Advising clients in respect of enterprise bargaining issues, including in respect of bargaining orders, industrial action, union coverage and agreement approvals.
Providing employment-related advice to purchaser and vendor clients as part of large asset and share sale transactions.
Acting for Commonwealth government regulators regarding the prosecution of employee associations and unions for breaches of the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth).
Advising employers and employees in relation to terminations, discrimination matters and workplace bullying.
Drafting employment contracts for modern award, award-free, high income and executive employees.
Advising large and tier 1 construction companies in relation the Building Code 2013 and the Code for Tendering and Performance of Building Work 2016.
Advising clients on work health and safety related matters, including on large resources, mining and constructions projects.
Advising clients on organisational restructures, including in respect of large departments within national and international organisations.
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