Leaders in Criminal Law & Employment Law Brisbane

Criminal Lawyers Brisbane

We are leaders in criminal law and professional misconduct law in Queensland.

At Gilshenan & Luton your case is in expert hands.

We’re independently named, year on year, one of the top tier criminal law firms in Queensland. 

Employment Lawyers Brisbane

Gilshenan & Luton offers professional legal services in all aspects of employment law.

Our employment law team recognises that industrial law is complex and at times overwhelming.

With this is mind, Gilshenan & Luton is passionate about providing you with timely and detailed professional advice in response to all of your employment law queries and concerns.

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Latest Articles

Worker’s general protections claim fails in the Federal Court

Worker’s general protections claim fails in the Federal Court

A Federal Court employment law decision in 2024 emphasises what is required when establishing that the making of a complaint constitutes the exercise of a workplace right for the purposes of a general protections claim under the Fair Work Act.
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Assault occasioning bodily harm explained

Assault occasioning bodily harm explained

Assault occasioning bodily harm is a very common offence of violence, and falls within the broad category of assault offences. It is a more serious offence than common assault, but less serious than grievous bodily harm.
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Update on stop bullying orders – FedEx workers fail in Fair Work Commission

Update on stop bullying orders – FedEx workers fail in Fair Work Commission

In 2023, a number of workers engaged by FedEx Australia made an application to the Fair Work Commission for a “stop bullying order” against FedEx and one of its managers. The application was ultimately denied by the Fair Work Commission.
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Employee suspension – when can it be done?

Employee suspension – when can it be done?

Often, employers feel the need to remove an employee from the workplace. In these situations, proper processes for employee suspension must be followed to avoid allegations of breach of the employment contract and/or applications for general protection orders.
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