The physical fighting and public sledging last week really overshadowed the more subtle legal problems in this Burston mess.
On Thursday afternoon, news broke that Guthrie was indeed proceeding with a claim against the ABC. Just what are her options?
When it comes to upholding the competing rights of accusers and accused in workplace bullying cases, the legislation doesn't really cut it.
A controversial paparazzo who has previously been banned from flying with several carriers has allegedly had his car attacked by a family member of cricketer David Warner. And other media tidbits of the day.
New documents have been filed in an unfair dismissal case.
There will be no smiles for management at Capital Kids Parties, but would Madeline's case hold water?
Does an employer have the right to fire an employee for his private Twitter feed? We still don't know, as the case has been settled.
The Productivity Commission's draft report on industrial relations is a major defeat for the deregulation agenda pushed by big business -- and should be seen as such.
Was SBS within its rights to fire Scott McIntyre for "offensive" tweets sent on Anzac Day? That's for the courts to decide (though it probably won't come to that).
Australia's leading helicopter traffic report network has been accused of ageism in a swingeing statement of claim lodged in the NSW Administrative Decisions Tribunal.