Monique Ryan and staffer Sally Rugg delay high-profile case


The chief of employees for Monique Ryan had not too long ago launched a go well with in opposition to her over an alleged breach of the Truthful Work Act.

Sally Rugg and Monique Ryan (Pictures: Talking Out/AAP)

A high-profile courtroom case between impartial MP Monique Ryan and her chief of employees Sally Rugg has been waved off for at the least two weeks, because the pair attempt to attain a settlement in personal.

The events reached an settlement on Friday, enforced by a Commonwealth endeavor, that may see them head to mediation on February 13, earlier than the matter returns to the Federal Courtroom on February 17. Rugg will stay in her job till at the least 5pm that day on “miscellaneous depart”.

Rugg, an activist and main advocate for marriage equality in Australia, launched a go well with in opposition to Ryan within the Federal Courtroom late final month over an alleged breach of the Truthful Work Act’s “basic protections” provisions. 

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