Dentists are engaged often by independent contractor agreements and service and facility agreements. There is no such thing as a perfect agreement, well….. not from the perspective of both
WorkPac Pty Ltd v Rossato  HCA 23 Introduction The recent decision has application for health professionals as employers. The judgement statement of the High Court sets out that: “The
The recent decision of the the case of WORKPAC PTY LTD v ROSSATO & ORS  HCA 23 has many applications for dentists and their employees. The judgement statement of
SOME GENERALITIES AROUND DENTIST AGREEMENTS (This is provided as general information. It is NOT legal advice.Always seek legal advice about these matters about your individual circumstances) (EA- Employment; ICA-Independent Contractor
WHAT IS WRONG WITH EMPLOYING DENTISTS ? If it looks like a duck, works like a duck, and is controlled like a duck, it’s probably a duck.
Those who engage with dentists to perform dentist services in their practice generally need to consider whether they will be engaged pursuant to an Employment Agreement, an Independent Contractor Agreement
SHORT CASE NOTE Dental Corporation Pty Ltd v Moffet  FCAFC 118. Do Dental Corporates have a problem with Service and Facility Agreements ?
Dental Corporation Pty Ltd v Moffet  FCAFC 118 This was a decision on an appeal from both Dr Moffet and Dental Corporation of the decision of 15th March 2019- Moffet v
I recently gave a paper on this in New Zealand. It is worth reading if you work in private practice. Current Issues with Contractors in Health Practice- Contractors or Employees