Hentys is an established Melbourne-based law firm with over 40 years of experience. We provide expert advice for companies Australia wide across all aspects of Workers Compensation, Occupational Health and Safety and Employment Law. We also specialise in disputed Wills & Estates.
Workers Compensation Management
We’re here when you need us with expert lawyers and consultants available 24/7. Our unique, proactive approach provides pre and post claims management, allowing you to rest easy.
Workplace Relations and Employment Law
We advocate on your behalf to get the results that you seek. Our team is highly experienced and provides innovative and practical legal solutions for employers.
We can offer support and advice at any stage – either before, during or after an incident has occurred. Compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) laws is vital in ensuring a safe working environment.
Disputed Wills and Estates
We have a dedicated team specialised in will disputes. Let Hentys provide our exceptional service during this difficult time – we have the expertise to get the results you need when contesting the will.
Navigating workplace laws and how they apply to your business can be complex, but when it comes to Workers Compensation, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS), Employment Law and Workplace Relations, we’re there for you. Our fresh and knowledgeable approach has earned us a reputation as innovative leaders in the legal sector.
Management Of Workers Compensation Claims
Management Of Terminations and Redundancies
Training For Employers and Staff
Conducting Investigations including Surveillance
Defending All Fair Work Commission and Federal Circuit Court matters
Defending OHS Prosecutions
Creation Of Human Resource and OHS Policies and Procedures
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By Luisa Gonzaga (Partner) and Caitlin Dagher (Law Student) On 16 July 2020, the Fair Work Commission (FWC) dismissed an application made by a cleaner employed by Melbourne Health (Applicant)
Luisa Gonzaga (Partner) and Emma Bannister (Law Student) On 28 July 2020, the Occupational Health and Safety (COVID 19 Incident Notification) Regulations 2020 (VIC) (Regulations) came into effect. The enactment