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Bringing e-Discovery in-house? Four tips to get you started
With increasing litigation and costs for document review, more companies are considering bringing eDiscovery in-house.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
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Rapid response to a regulatory notice, where the size of the data set is unclear
We were able to effectively manage the review project despite an uncertain number of documents within a tight timeframe,
Australia
 
12 Oct 2019
3
The thin edge of the wedge? Legal professional privilege developments in the Australian tax sector
Commissioner of Taxation announced that ATO will take a tougher stance on challenging claims of legal professional privilege.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
4
Saying hello, waiving goodbye (to privilege)
Discussion about fundamental principles relating to waiver of legal professional privilege & the different ways it can be lost.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
5
It does not have to be pristine – verdict for mining company in slip and fall incident
The case illustrates that all work has danger and employers are entitled to manage, instead of eliminating, some risks.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
6
The privilege against self-incrimination in regulatory investigations
An employee could exercise a right to the common law privilege against self-incrimination in a workplace investigation.
Australia
20 Sep 2019
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Issuing proceedings directly against an insurer in NSW: The well settled criteria
Leave may still be refused, despite satisfying the 'well settled criteria', if the court is provided sufficient reasons.
Australia
19 Sep 2019
8
The importance of putting evidence to a witness in cross-examination
Parties must understand that if expert evidence is based too narrowly on a specific estimate, it is susceptible to attack.
Australia
19 Sep 2019
9
Paradise (Papers) lost privilege
Article discusses results of recent case which indicates that privilege & privacy are diminished in the hacking & digital age.
Australia
18 Sep 2019
10
Trouble In Paradise: No Privilege For Stolen Documents
The doctrine is not enforceable as a "sword" in its own right to prevent other parties from using privileged documents obtained without consent.
Australia
10 Sep 2019
11
e-Alert: Home was not built in one day – Termination for delay under a residential building contract
In this case, the owners were entitled to terminate the contract for a failure to progress the works with due diligence.
Australia
4 Sep 2019
12
Should jurors be Informed of the past criminal record of the defendant?
Concerns are that convictions could be based more on past criminal history and social media, than the presented evidence.
Australia
4 Sep 2019
13
Are there situations where a person who confesses should plead not guilty?
Even if a person 'confesses' illegal conduct to police, it does not necessarily mean they should plead guilty in court.
Australia
1 Sep 2019
14
Can I record my ex when we are talking to each other?
It is vital to be aware of the risks & to understand what you can & cannot legally do regarding secretly recording others.
Australia
20 Aug 2019
15
A shield not a sword: High Court sides with ATO in Paradise Papers privilege squabble
HC confirms that where otherwise privileged documents are sufficiently public, regulators may use them in their investigations.
Australia
20 Aug 2019
16
Douglas v Morgan: a reminder for insurers to be clear on the dominant purpose of communications
There was no legal professional privilege over the Investigation Report as dominant purpose was to determine liability.
Australia
19 Aug 2019
17
Alize decision highlights duty of ship owners to ensure seaworthiness
The inadequate passage plan caused the casualty and owners failed to exercise due diligence to make the vessel seaworthy.
Australia
19 Aug 2019
18
High Court confirms legal professional privilege is a shield, not a sword
This Glencore decision is a useful commentary on the history and public policy underpinning legal professional privilege.
Australia
17 Aug 2019
19
Legal Professional Privilege: Just An Immunity
The High Court of Australia today handed down an important, unanimous judgment on legal professional privilege.
Australia
15 Aug 2019
20
Confidentiality and privacy concerns not a justifiable reason for non-compliance
The Tribunal is vested with the function of decision-maker & is entitled to summons any information that it deems relevant.
Australia
7 Aug 2019
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