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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The inquiry involved stark accounts of how NSW police officers conducted strip searches on minors at music festivals.
McCullough Robertson
Discretionary trusts owning Victorian land pay additional foreign purchaser duty if the trust benefits a foreign person.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
It is sixteen years since Thomas (TJ) Hickey was thrown from his push bike and impaled on a fence in inner city Sydney.
Kells
Early planning is not a vaccine for litigation, but it can significantly reduce exposure to legal costs in disputes.
Kells
After 26 weeks, the Insurer can stop benefits if you were more than 61% at fault, or if your injuries are 'minor'.
DLA Piper
A number of major transport projects are presently being delivered under Public Private Partnership (PPP) contracts. In each case,...
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A 'wrongful conviction' is a miscarriage of justice and occurs when a person is convicted of crime they did not commit.
Cooper Grace Ward
The Queensland Government has released more than 7,000 km² of land for petroleum and gas and coal exploration.
Cooper Grace Ward
If you wish to use annualised salaries in Modern Awards, you will need to ensure you comply with the new requirements.
MDC Legal
New annualised salary clauses for a number of modern awards increase the obligations of employers as of 1 March 2020.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Recent case stimulated the regulator to send warnings to all technology users to be vigilant in updating their privacy settings.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A man from Parkes was sent to prison for his unscrupulous act of dishonestly obtaining a financial gain by deception.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
NSW laws make it clear that certain acts can never be excused, regardless of whether or not consent is given.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Article discusses sentencing laws in the context of the recent tragic road accident where 4 children were killed.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Opinion piece about criminal confiscation laws in Australia.
Stacks Law Firm
The Family Court of Australia had to decide whether the children should live with their mother or with their father.
Stacks Law Firm
The public service argued that Ms Banerji had breached guidelines on the use of social media and making public comments.
Stacks Law Firm
This animal rights activists posted online maps of factory farms, slaughterhouses and "animal exploitation" facilities.
Stacks Law Firm
Transferring control of a trust can be complex, with a range of legal technicalities for the security of beneficiaries.
Stacks Law Firm
Compensation for a traumatic brain injury from a motor vehicle accident can assist a victim in moving on with their life.
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