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Jones Day
The operation of independence in relation to privilege is uncertain due to different approaches by courts at first instance.
Carroll & O'Dea
These two decisions are of interest, but this "pathway" would benefit from judicial consideration at the appellate level.
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).
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
When engaging a criminal defence lawyer, clients are sometimes unsure of how much truth to divulge at the first meeting.
KordaMentha
The article discusses a recent QSC case highlighting the issues around introducing new evidence in an expert conclave.
KordaMentha
A recent judgment in the NSW Supreme Court considered the admissibility of new opinions from joint expert conferences.
KordaMentha
This case considered whether the appointed expert to a commercial dispute crossed the line and acted as an arbitrator.
KordaMentha
This article discusses the new Guidelines for Witness Conferencing ("concurrent evidence") in International Arbitration.
Holding Redlich
In the Glencore case, the High Court considers the proper operation of legal professional privilege and its legal effect.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The best advice is that it is always best to consult a good lawyer when putting together an affidavit for court.
Law In Order
Engage a forensic investigator early to ensure that all potential data sources are considered for preservation and collection.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
These NSW laws remove the ability of defendants to properly investigate the reliability of the evidence against them.
Cooper Grace Ward
The quantum assessment in this case ultimately serves as a reminder that every case must be determined on its own facts.
Holding Redlich
A list of 444 buildings assessed as having dangerous, flammable cladding will not be shown to the public & is deemed privileged.
Law In Order
Overview of the process of identification, preservation and collection of data.
Law In Order
Plan your strategy before the raid so as to minimize downtime, extract relevant documents and get ready for production.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The NSW Police Commissioner was asked about the use of spyware to obtain information protected by client legal privilege.
Johnson Winter & Slattery
Last week, in Glencore v Commissioner of Taxation [2019] HCA 26 the High Court of Australia unanimously affirmed the status of Legal Professional Privilege as merely an immunity from the exercise of compulsory statutory powers.
Holding Redlich
Any failure to strictly comply with relevant statutory requirements could lead to evidence being held inadmissible.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Commissioner of Taxation announced that ATO will take a tougher stance on challenging claims of legal professional privilege.
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