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Carroll & O'Dea
There are notable things that you can do to assist your lawyer (and to assist yourself) to achieve a favourable outcome.
Gilchrist Connell
The Court awarded a lawyer $750,000 in defamation damages against a woman who gave his firm a bad review on Google.
HHG Legal Group
The case shows the Court's willingness to crack down on reputational attacks made through digital communication pathways.
Jones Day
The operation of independence in relation to privilege is uncertain due to different approaches by courts at first instance.
Early planning is not a vaccine for litigation, but it can significantly reduce exposure to legal costs in disputes.
Cooper Grace Ward
The Myer decision reinforces the importance of a culture of continuous disclosure of material information to the market.
Carroll & O'Dea
These two decisions are of interest, but this "pathway" would benefit from judicial consideration at the appellate level.
Cooper Grace Ward
Clients often seek advice regarding their options to appeal after a family law judge has made an unfavourable decision.
Clyde & Co
The end of 2019 saw three medical negligence judgments handed down by the Supreme Courts of New South Wales and Victoria, and the Western Australian Court of Appeal.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The digitisation of the legal function is infiltrating our systems and the way in which we conduct dispute resolution.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
The admissibility of expert evidence in New South Wales is a question of both the UCPR and the Evidence Act 1995 (NSW).
Carroll & O'Dea
This case gave important clarification regarding the 21-day limitation period for filing an unfair dismissal application.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This Bill is the state government's response to the VLRC's recent recommendation to lift the ban on contingency fees.
HBA Legal
Discussion about recent Court of Appeal case concerning contributory negligence and assessment of damages.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Article discusses negligence case that was resolved at the end of last year.
Carroll & O'Dea
This decision provides practical guidance in determining if the medical assessments were "reasonable" and appropriate.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This human rights lawyer emphasised that Australian courts are reluctant to pull the government up on policy issues.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
When engaging a criminal defence lawyer, clients are sometimes unsure of how much truth to divulge at the first meeting.
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting personal injury case involving an employee who worked in 2 jurisdictions. Which law applies?
The article discusses a recent QSC case highlighting the issues around introducing new evidence in an expert conclave.
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