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Arbitration & Dispute Resolution
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Top tips for clients participating in virtual conferences & mediations, to ensure that the process is as smooth as possible.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Timing and consideration of when to call in a bank guarantee and when to challenge that action are crucial to success.
Stacks Law Firm
Delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have caused major disruptions to the progress of all matters in the NSW courts.
Carroll & O'Dea
This NSW Bill proposes to provide remedies to individuals who have suffered a serious invasion of privacy.
Kott Gunning
The worker was awarded substantial damages from a work incident when he was startled by an alarm of a faulty gas monitor.
Carefully draft any Terms or Deed of Settlement so that the release clause does not become void and unenforceable.
Receiving a judgment through the courts can be costly, stressful and time-consuming, so look to this as your last option.
McCullough Robertson
If your dispute is before a court, consider arbitration as an alternative, to facilitate a more efficient resolution.
Gilchrist Connell
If proceedings are brought after the expiry of a limitation period, the claim could be shut down at an early stage.
Pointon Partners
The High Court appeal decision in Moore v Scenic Tours could increase the financial risks associated with tour operating.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The accused allegedly concocted a sham illness to obtain a medical certificate to be excused from court for the day.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The primary role of an expert witness is providing an independent opinion on matters in dispute to assist in a decision.
Stacks Law Firm
There are various options to resolve small claims in NSW - through negotiation, mediation, NSW Local Court or NCAT.
Marque Lawyers
Courts and arbitration bodies are quickly adapting to the use of technology for online filing and dispute resolution.
Marque Lawyers
COVID-19 is unprecedented, so nobody really knows how the legal disputes that follow will be dealt with by the courts.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Discussion about how COVID-19 has affected the arbitration process.
McCullough Robertson
Parties are encouraged to use videoconferencing tools, such as Cisco Webex, Zoom or Microsoft Teams to conduct mediation.
Marque Lawyers
The High Court was correct in its application of the law regarding George Pell, but - does the law need to change?
HBA Legal
The Tribunal noted that the burden lay with the applicant to be ready to bring the matters forward in a timely manner.
Vincent Young
On 29 October 2019, the second respondent (Adjudicator) purported to deliver an adjudication decision pursuant to the Act.
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