Corporate wins $574,000 case against injured GP who wanted to work from home 

The judge said the request by the corporate for the GP to rest and recover at home was reasonable.

The Federal Court has ordered a GP who launched discrimination proceedings against a corporate for not letting him work from home because of concerns over patient privacy to pay $574,000 for breaching his contract.  

The Melbourne GP was 18 months into a six-year contract he had signed with Cornerstone Health.