Links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation of interest to Queensland government lawyers.
Four important steps to help you understand the workers compensation claims process.
Stacks Law Firm
In her NDIS plan, the disabled woman requested funding for the services of a sex worker as 'reasonable' and 'necessary'.
Australia's landmark Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry that was conducted throughout 2018
The Situation: On 30 July 2020, the Australian Energy Market Operator ("AEMO") published the 2020 Integrated System Plan ("ISP") for the Australian National Electricity Market.
The government's latest restrictions will impact owners, contractors, and suppliers.
The Situation: Australia's corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission ("ASIC") brought proceedings against two former directors of Tennis Australia...
The Situation: Following a boom in class actions backed by litigation funders, the Australian Federal Government has introduced new regulations which classify litigation...
Parental responsibility is not the same as spending equal time with the child.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Commissioner opines: OC Audits will play an important role in driving behavioural change in the building & construction sector.
Travis Schultz & Partners
Author promotes the role of reflection in individual learning.
Cooper Grace Ward
Changes to the ACL will soon allow more customers access to the ACL consumer guarantees when acquiring goods or services.
A female disability worker has been jailed for stealing jewellery and cash from her disabled and terminally ill patients.
Snapshot of the different legal structures available & which type of body may be suitable.
Carroll & O'Dea
Key changes to COVID restrictions imposed in NSW eg hospitality venues, gyms, gatherings etc
Links to media releases, in practice & courts, publications, cases & legislation relating to the Victorian government.
Links to media releases relating to the healthcare industry.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Section 66G of the Conveyancing Act 1919 (NSW) can be applied to sell properties without the approval of the co-owners.
In a recent case the issue of whether a film title functions as a trade mark has again been discussed.
Stacks Law Firm
The transgender daughter argued that the deceased owed her a moral duty to provide for her maintenance and support.