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Stacks Law Firm
Delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have caused major disruptions to the progress of all matters in the NSW courts.
Stacks Law Firm
The restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic have caused major disruptions to every part of court process.
Gilchrist Connell
If proceedings are brought after the expiry of a limitation period, the claim could be shut down at an early stage.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The accused allegedly concocted a sham illness to obtain a medical certificate to be excused from court for the day.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The claim for compensation under the "usual undertaking" in respect of its PLAVIX preliminary injunction was dismissed.
Marque Lawyers
Courts and arbitration bodies are quickly adapting to the use of technology for online filing and dispute resolution.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Current delays brought about by COVID-19 have led to the introduction of judge-only trials for the next six months only.
Courts in Victoria are open, but are changing the way they operate in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision confirms a protective attitude towards court-appointed liquidators, acting as a "delegate" of the court.
BRI Ferrier
This framework could help explain the evidentiary challenges associated with unravelling the impact of the two events.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
An update on the virtual courtroom and further decisions considering when COVID-19 constitutes grounds to adjourn.
HBA Legal
The Tribunal noted that the burden lay with the applicant to be ready to bring the matters forward in a timely manner.
Kott Gunning
The message from this decision was don't "say it/write it/send it", if you are not happy for it to be read out in court.
Holman Webb
Each court has its own protocol in relation to the taking of Affidavits, so this article includes the procedure in some.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The decision whether to grant an adjournment or a stay is to be made in the exercise of the trial judge's discretion.
Gilchrist Connell
The costs order was made personally due to the liquidator's unreasonable conduct and not from the assets of the company.
Kott Gunning
It is the date on which the Prosecution Notice is signed that is relevant in determining when a prosecution is commenced.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
A recent decision has significant implications for future appeals from the Queensland Planning and Environment Court.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Where material disadvantage, unfairness or safety risk could occur, a hearing may well be vacated to a future date.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
As COVID-19 continues, the Chief Magistrate of the Local Court NSW, makes further arrangements to protect court users.
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