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Stacks Law Firm
Interesting article about a tragic case where a patient who became blind & deaf from meningitis sues her doctor.
Stacks Law Firm
Case highlights the importance of engaging good solicitors when facing any kind of dispute with an insurance provider.
Stacks Law Firm
If a surfer chooses not to wear a leg rope & causes injury to a person, they are risking a successful law suit against them.
Marque Lawyers
The ability of a publisher to criticise defamation judgments (even after they lose) was upheld in recent Rush defamation case.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
This appellate approach re-affirms a reluctance to alter a primary judge's assessment of quantum in personal injury cases.
Carroll & O'Dea
Case discussion - did a hospital fail in its duty of care when failing to take precautions and initiate medical treatment?
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Concerns are that convictions could be based more on past criminal history and social media, than the presented evidence.
Marque Lawyers
The truth defence in defamation proceedings is becoming increasingly complex and difficult for journalists to make out.
Carroll & O'Dea
The government will establish a one stop shop for disputes involving workers compensation and CTP claims in NSW.
Cooper Grace Ward
NSW Court of Appeal increases a contributory negligence finding because of the grossly excessive speed of the plaintiff.
Cooper Grace Ward
It is vital to be aware of the risks & to understand what you can & cannot legally do regarding secretly recording others.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
HC confirms that where otherwise privileged documents are sufficiently public, regulators may use them in their investigations.
Williams + Hughes
Businesses could be held liable for defamatory comments posted by third party users who engage with social media content.
McCullough Robertson
This Glencore decision is a useful commentary on the history and public policy underpinning legal professional privilege.
Kells
Intentional torts to the person involve direct, intentional or wilful invasions of their physical and mental integrity.
DLA Piper
The High Court of Australia today handed down an important, unanimous judgment on legal professional privilege.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
What happens when the expert ventures outside the realm of specialised knowledge?
Swaab
Article looks at factors which may impact upon the certainty and durability of deeds of release and provides 3 case examples.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
This case discusses when a risk will be "obvious" within the meaning of section 5L of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW).
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 29 July 2019, the Australian Government referred the Australia – Hong Kong Free Trade Agreement (A-HKFTA) to the Australian Parliamentary Joint Standing Committee on Treaties (JSCOT) for review...
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Hammond Taylor
Migration appeals involve a complex analysis of facts and law to determine the best strategy for your overall success.
Broadley Rees Hogan Lawyers
In this case, the owners were entitled to terminate the contract for a failure to progress the works with due diligence.
McCullough Robertson
This Glencore decision is a useful commentary on the history and public policy underpinning legal professional privilege.
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
There was no legal professional privilege over the Investigation Report as dominant purpose was to determine liability.
Law In Order
This client needed to review email data to provide a hyperlinked list of the most relevant documents for their barrister.
Dentons
Much has been written about the Westpac responsible lending case. At risk of adding to the weight of those volumes
Cooper Grace Ward
It is vital to be aware of the risks & to understand what you can & cannot legally do regarding secretly recording others.
Carroll & O'Dea
Case discussion - did a hospital fail in its duty of care when failing to take precautions and initiate medical treatment?
Clyde & Co
To many he is a longstanding symbol of conservative Australian Catholicism whose aggressive reputation in respect of the defence of historical child sexual abuse cases involving the Catholic Church was confirmed...
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