Tuesday, 3 May 2016

Whistleblowers’ protection — Jones v University of Canberra [2016] ACTSC 78

The Supreme Court of Australian Capital Territory (ACTSC) has refused to dissolve the injunctions it previously made against a detrimental action committed by the board of directors of The Brumbies against its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), allegedly for making public interest disclosures regarding certain commercial arrangements.

The ACTSC ruled that the decision of the board showed, to the relevant degree, that it was taken because of the public interest disclosures made by the CEO, at least as a dominant factor.

Read the full text of the court's judgment here: Jones v University of Canberra [2016] ACTSC 78; BC201602753.

Whistleblowers’ protection — Jones v University of Canberra [2016] ACTSC 78; BC201602753

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