Martin Osborne is an employment and labour lawyer based in Brisbane. He leads our employment and labour practice in Australia.
Known for his attention to detail and focus on finding pragmatic solutions, Martin has advised clients in most industries and has particular expertise in energy, resources, construction, government and quasi-government. His clients include Powerlink Queensland, Ergon Energy, Bechtel, the Fair Work Building Industry Inspectorate (FWBC) and JKC Australia LNG Pty Ltd.
Martin’s experience across the full range of employment, equal opportunity and industrial relations issues sees him regularly advise and represent clients in the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission, the Fair Work Commission, the Anti-Discrimination Commission and Tribunal Queensland, the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Federal Circuit Court. Martin also regularly presents on workplace relations topics.
He is currently advising major clients in the energy, resources and infrastructure/construction industries on strategic issues related to industrial relations and employment arrangements. This includes employment and industrial relations issues related to the construction of the Ichthys LNG Project, Australia Pacific LNG Project, Gladstone LNG Project and Queensland Curtis LNG Project.
On 27 June 2013 the Federal Senate passed the Fair Work Amendment Act 2013, an Act that has had many twists and turns, with various items being dropped and....
This edition of our Employment newsletter – Enterprise, focuses on technology and the workplace..
Martin Osborne comments on the proposed federal discrimination laws in Australia..