Professor Andrew Stewart, Deputy Dean of the Adelaide Law School in the University of Adelaide spoke about a subject which he is passionate – sham contracting.
Andrew’s main areas of interest are employment law, workplace relations, contract law and intellectual property. He teaches, researches, works as a consultant in industry and also with government organisations in all aspects of labour law. He has written a number of books, including Creighton and Stewart’s Labour Law and Stewart’s Guide to Employment Law. He says: “A lot of the writing that I do tends to be a combination of analysing what’s happening and putting forward ideas about how things can be improved.”
Check out the full article on sham contracting – what it is, why it persists, and the part Andrew is playing.