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Whitehall Workplace Law is the business name of the incorporated legal practice conducted by Whitehall Workplace Law Pty Ltd (ABN 48 609 403 929) under the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014 (Vic), which adopts and applies the Legal Profession Uniform Law. Our liability is limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.
By using this website, you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. We reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time.
This website provides general information about Whitehall Workplace Law and it does not contain legal advice. You must not rely on any of the contents of this website (including our legal updates and other publications) as legal advice. This website does not create a solicitor-client relationship between you and Whitehall Workplace Law. If you require advice from Whitehall Workplace Law upon which you can rely, you must instruct us to provide you with specific legal advice.
We make no warranties or representations about the material contained on this website. This website may contain links to other websites that may be of interest to you. We make no warranties or representations about these websites. To the maximum extent permitted by law, we exclude all liability whether direct or indirect, which may arise as a result of the use of this website. Without limitation, we will not be liable for any special damages, indirect damages, incidental damages, consequential damages or loss of profits under any circumstances.
You must ensure that the methods you use for accessing this website do not expose you to the risk of viruses or other forms of interference which may damage your own computer equipment or systems. We do not accept responsibility for any interference or damage to your own equipment or systems which arises in connection with your use of this website.
This website and its use are governed by the laws of Victoria.
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If you are not the intended recipient of an email received from Whitehall Workplace Law, please contact us by return email or by telephone on (03) 8605 4841. If you do receive an email from us in error, you must not read, re-transmit, copy, store or act in reliance on that email and you must delete all copies of the email. Legal professional privilege is not waived in relation to any email sent in error.
Whitehall Workplace Law cannot guarantee that any email received from Whitehall Workplace Law is free from virus or any other defect and it is the responsibility of the recipient to scan and otherwise test emails received from Whitehall Workplace Law.