Mr. Monroe is a lawyer in the Labour, Employment and Workplace Safety team in our Melbourne office. He acts in employment, industrial and discrimination matters for a broad cross-section of employers, with particular experience in the healthcare, sporting, fitness, education, research, government and manufacturing sectors.
With a passion for industrial disputes, Mr. Monroe regularly works with employers to manage industrial matters such enterprise bargaining, industrial action, collective entitlements claims, implementing workplace change and enterprise agreement disputes.
Mr Monroe also represents clients in a wide range of litigation, including the defense of general protections, unfair dismissal, unpaid entitlements, discrimination and anti-bullying claims, and in responding to investigations by regulators such as the Fair Work Ombudsman.
In addition to labour, employment, and workplace areas, his secondary focus is in the sports-industry. He is licensed to try cases and practice by the Supreme Court in Victoria.
Articles in the National Law Review database by John Monroe