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Holding Redlich
There was no proper basis to conclude that it was "fair and reasonable" to make a costs order in favour of the Council.
Cooper Grace Ward
Discussion about 2 cases, applying the same legal principles but with different outcomes. Outcome depends on circumstances.
Clyde & Co
The defendant, Northern New South Wales Local Health District, applied for an order compelling the medical examination of the plaintiff...
Travis Schultz & Partners
Gyms in NSW may find themselves liable for injuries sustained by members, if they are forced to clean up after others.
Clyde & Co
Plaintiff law firms are celebrating! From 1 July 2020 class action lawyers can apply to the Supreme Court of Victoria for permission to charge costs using a contingency fee model.
Marque Lawyers
Voller is suing three media companies over Facebook comments posted in response to stories they had published about him.
HBA Legal
"A material fact of a decisive character" was not available to the applicant until she received Prof Bennett's report.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Practitioners and parties will continue to see electronic operations, limiting the need to physically attend Court.
Holding Redlich
Discussion about recent case where a fine & jail terms were imposed for industrial manslaughter. Link to further information.
Holding Redlich
Media companies on FB risk claims for defamation if they do not act to avoid defamatory statements being published on those pages.
Holding Redlich
The Full Federal Court confirmed that these privileges against self-incrimination can only be invoked by individuals.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
In recent months, the courts have determined numerous applications to adjourn substantive hearings due to the ongoing COVID19 crisis. We provide here brief summaries of the judicial considerations in some of these applications.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Courts around the world have been applauded for adapting and using technology to deal with cases during the pandemic.
Holman Webb
Episode 8 looks at how Australia's courts have navigated the recent lockdowns through the use of online hearings.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
This week, the Federal Court published judgments in three unfair preference claims brought by the liquidators of the Gunns Group. We acted for the liquidators in each proceeding.
McCullough Robertson
The Federal Court granted leave to serve an originating application for preliminary discovery on Google in California.
Marque Lawyers
The appeal decision, that news outlets were publishers in a broad sense only, is far more consistent with other cases.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Recent developments in NSW which highlight legal issues to consider related to distancing during the COVID-19 crisis.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The appellants from the Don Dale Centre were entitled to damages for battery for the unlawful use of CS gas against them.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Organisations and individuals can make a submission related to the inquiry's terms of reference by 11 June 2020.
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