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Landmark compulsory acquisition decision in the NSW Land and Environment Court
The rejected claim by ALF was possibly the largest claim for compensation in NSW history of the acquisition of land.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
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Navigating shipping disputes: Equitable set off
This shipping video discusses when equitable set off can be validly used to deduct cross claims under charterparties.
Australia
7 Jun 2019
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Which principles should be applied when interpreting insurance policies?
The case confirmed that in the end, the natural and ordinary meaning of a word is still the key to policy interpretation.
Australia
23 Oct 2017
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A new body for financial disputes in Australia - Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA)
The stated objective of AFCA is to provide a 'one stop shop' for external dispute resolution for all financial disputes.
Australia
25 Aug 2017
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New domestic building work dispute resolution reforms for the Victorian building industry
This briefing note outlines some key aspects of the new domestic building work dispute resolution reforms for Victoria.
Australia
3 May 2017
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Advocates immunity: High Court asked to reopen its 2016 Attwells decision
The doctrine of advocate's immunity has been abolished in the UK and New Zealand, and its scope is limited in Australia.
Australia
1 May 2017
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Advocates immunity update: High Court hands down Kendirjian decision
The High Court found that advocate's immunity did not apply to this claim for negligent advice not to settle a case.
Australia
1 May 2017
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5 avenues for resolving insurance indemnity disputes without protracted litigation
A well-managed dispute resolution process can offer cost-efficient, impartial and quick resolution of coverage disputes.
Australia
1 May 2017
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The Insurance List for short matters – a work in progress?
Though it is still early days, the Insurance List appears to be providing a useful route to judgment for some parties.
Australia
26 Apr 2017
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Self-represented litigants – New guidelines from the Law Society of New South Wales
Proceedings by a self-represented litigant raise issues not encountered when all parties have legal representation.
Australia
26 Apr 2017
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Personalities in the Law: The lawyers in the litigation process
The litigation process for any single claim could be largely dependent on the personalities of the lawyers involved.
Australia
26 Apr 2017
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Security of Payment - Adjudicators should only determine a dispute based on the arguments advanced
If adjudicators decide matters on a basis for which neither party has contended, this may be a denial of natural justice.
Australia
17 Nov 2016
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Have the floodgates been opened for judicial review under the SOP Act? The impact of the Probuild decision for payments under the security of payment legislation
The decision opens the door on judicial review for errors of law, potentially giving scope to avoid immediate payment.
Australia
12 Aug 2016
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The arbitration process in Australia
In Australia, any attempt to derail the arbitration process by involving the courts will be looked upon unfavourably.
Australia
25 Jul 2016
15
Non-signatories to arbitration agreements
Where a non-signatory is involved in performing a contract, it may still be bound by the arbitration agreement.
Australia
25 Jul 2016
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New consumer protection reforms for the Victorian building industry
The briefing note summarises the impact of key anticipated reforms on developers and major contractors in the industry.
Australia
11 May 2016
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Shipping amd container detention charges - Lloyds List Australia – Hazel Brasington
Some recent court decisions shed new light on the law concerning shipping companies and container detention charges.
Australia
29 Apr 2015
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2014 Productivity Commission Inquiry Report into Access to Justice Arrangements
The Commission Report merely contains recommendations to be adopted at either a federal or a state government level.
Australia
25 Dec 2014
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Teresa Cheng, HKIAC: international arbitration: Q&A
The new Chair of the HKIAC aims to develop Hong Kong's position as an eminent arbitration and dispute resolution centre.
Australia
24 May 2014
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The British Virgin Islands - a new international arbitration centre?
A new Arbtration Act will provide for the establishment of a British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre.
Australia
21 May 2014
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