Discrimination Cases – Injunctions & Interim Orders

by Andrew Lind on 11 September, 14

What happens after a complaint is made to the Anti Discrimination Commission of Queensland (ADCQ) and a quick resolution is not achieved? If you have made a complaint or an employee has made a complaint against you and you are not able to reach a resolution early in the legal process you should take a moment to read what the Employment Lawyers at Corney & Lind have to say about interim orders and injunctions in the short paper available here

To find out how our Brisbane Employment Lawyers, based in Herston, can help you with discrimination or other work place matters please call us on 07 3252 0011 or visit our website www.corneyandlind.com.au.

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