Characterisation of the legislation, Business Law and Ethics

Your task is to examine and analyse the article by Shae McCrystal The Fair Work Act

2009 (Cth) and the Right to Strike. (2009) (December) Vol 23 Australian Journal of Labour Law 1.

What is the writer's main hypothesis in this examination? In your analysis you are to choose five sources that the writer relies upon to put her argument. The sources can be court/tribunal decision/articles/reports etc relied upon by her to significantly advance the argument.  It should include at least two tribunal judgments/decisions and at least two articles.

Have these sources been used accurately and appropriately by the author? If so, how?

If not, why not? In light of your examination is the argument put by the writer validated by the sources and to the extent you can make an assessment is the argument both valid and balanced in the characterisation of the legislation?

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