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Company Director Sentenced to Jail Time over Worker's Death

*The author would like to make a clarification, as pointed out by Jackson Inglis, Partner at Sparke Helmore Lawyers. Mr Lavin was not convicted of industrial manslaughter; those laws did not commence until after the incident involving Mr Te Amo. Mr Lavin was convicted of reckless conduct, a category-1 offence under S31 of the WHS Act, 2011. Last week, director of a Brisbane-based roofing company was sentenced to 12-months in jail and slapped with a $1-million fine for the tragic death of a worker in 2014. Gary Lavin, director of Multi-Run Roofing was found guilty of reckless conduct that led to the death of Whareheeera Keepa Te Amo, who fell six meters to his death on the roof of Wimmers sof

Elon Musk Reminds Everyone that Tesla has Released all Patents Online, to Accelerate Electric Vehicl

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has reminded the public that he has made all of his company’s patents accessible to the public, for no added fee, in a remarkable move to jump-start the electric revolution nearly five-years ago. The move initially flew relatively under the radar, when in 2014, Musk released the entirety of Tesla’s patents online in a blog post titled “All our patent[s] belong to you” in an attempt to expedite the adoption rate of electric vehicles. Tesla holds around 300 approved patents, covering everything from battery designs and configurations, charging and cooling systems; all of which you can access here if you’re thinking about entering the EV manufacturing market. Comparing rec

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