Tim Grellman

Solicitor

Tim Grellman is a lawyer in Hall Payne’s employment and industrial relations team. He works in our Sydney office.

After graduating from Macquarie University, Tim worked as an Associate to Vice President Catanzariti AM of the Fair Work Commission. Working on some of Australia’s largest industrial disputes at the Fair Work Commission triggered a passion for employment law and industrial relations.

Before joining Hall Payne, Tim practiced employment and industrial relations law at a law firm in Sydney for three years.

Practicing employment law has exposed me to the inherent power imbalance that exists in industrial relations in Australia. I am committed to doing my bit to address this imbalance.

I’m passionate about advocating for the rights of working Australians, striving for social justice and achieving a fair and successful outcome for my clients.

Tim is a member of the New South Wales Law Society and the Workplace and Safety Law Committee of the New South Wales Young Lawyers. He volunteers for and raises money for the Public Education Foundation of Australia by competing in charity runs.

Outside work, Tim continues to captain Macquarie University’s 5th grade Sydney Shires cricket team. He also enjoys supporting the South Sydney Rabbitohs, going to the beach and travelling.

Reviews for Hall Payne Sydney

23 Sep 2021  Email Anonymous

A Big thank you to Hall Payne Lawyers for every ounce of assistance that was given to me to get my workplace injury sorted out after a long and nightmarish time. it was a very difficult and bumpy ride along the way but you guys stood by me and supported me all the way, explaining little legal matters that I never knew about.

Craig Joshua it was such a great experience working this case with you and to all the legal assistants, legal personnel and specialist  that have been involve through the entire process I really appreciate it. Can’t thank you enough. This Hall Payne Law firm is EXEMPLARY.

As always THANK YOU.

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05 Aug 2021  Google Anne R

I had the pleasure of working with Craig Joshua to help me with my fairly complicated workers compensation matter, and I do not think I could have found better support during this difficult time for me. Craig not only put together a watertight case, but he was always there when I had a question and took me patiently through the whole process from start to finish. On top of that, he went above and beyond by giving me advice how my claim would affect other proceedings and vice versa, which I am grateful for. The icing on the cake was of course the big win at the end!

30 Apr 2021  Google Angela H

I couldn’t have asked for more, Baiba was so supportive and always kept me updated and well informed.I would highly recommend her to anyone.

28 Apr 2021  google Joseph A

Brooke, Alexandra and Baiba have been an amazing support and an absolute God send during a really challenging and difficult time and through the process.

19 Apr 2021  Google Ian C

I recently engaged Hall Payne Lawyers to run my workers compensation case and was impressed from the very start. From those initial words of reassurance right through to the final stages of reaching a successful outcome the HPL team was amazing. Craig Joshua, solicitor, was professional in every respect. He was thorough and always kept me informed of what was going on. Nothing was too much trouble. Alexandra Rogers did an amazing job providing paralegal support. With this journey now behind me I can highly recommend Hall Payne Lawyers. 

31 Mar 2021  Email Dianne D

Many thanks to Craig Joshua of Hall Payne Lawyers and their professional services regarding my Workers Compensation Claim dispute.  My questions were responded to immediately with explanations that I fully understood.  I really appreciate the support that was provided and I am overwhelmed by the positive outcome. I recommend the outstanding services and expertise of Hall Payne Solicitors.

30 Mar 2021  Google Maria F

Thank you to Tim, Joe and your team. What an absolute A1 plus plus plus quality of work, extremely professional and very responsive. I can highly recommend this law firm.

12 Mar 2021  Email Geoffrey R

Just a “short” note to thank you and your team for getting me a positive result from my claim with “ICare”.

Although I had a genuine work-place accident I really didn’t know what to do next after it was disputed.  Your explanation of the process, follow up, and prompt replies to my questions were excellent.  Both myself and my wife Annie (whose health isn’t the best) are very grateful for your diligence and things, I hope, will be a lot better for us, all thanks to your team at Hall Payne and Charmaine (C.F.M.E.U.) Townsville Qld) recommending your legal firm.  Please pass on my heartfelt thanks to all concerned.

I will keep you informed of my progress.

With Kindest Regards

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Recent Blogs by Tim

When does unpaid work constitute an employment relationship?

Case review - when does unpaid work constitute employment?

A recent decision of the Fair Work Commission has again considered whether unpaid work constitutes employment.

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Can an employer force its employees to take annual leave?

Can you be directed to take annual leave during a temporary shut down?

Requesting employees take annual leave, particularly during traditional holidays, including Christmas/New Year and Easter is not uncommon. This triggers an important question: can an employer lawfully force you to take annual leave during a temporary shutdown?

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Do labour hire workers have unfair dismissal protections?

Case review: labour hire employees and unfair dismissal

Labour hire employees are workers employed by one company but perform their work at an external company. An increasing number of workers in Australia perform work under a labour-hire agreement. This has triggered important questions for many of those workers.

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Can my employer reduce my hours when I’m on JobKeeper?

Has your employer reduced your hours/pay under a JobKeeper Direction that seems unreasonable?

With the extension of the Federal Government’s JobKeeper Scheme until 28 March 2021, employees should continue to be aware of their workplace rights in circumstances in which they think their employer has reduced their hours/pay unreasonably.

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