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The Situation: Should liquidators be removed under section 90-15 of the Insolvency Practice Schedule (Corporations) in circumstances where they engaged in preappointment...
Law In Order
This article outlines the procedure for preparing Appeal Books for general matters in the Federal Court.
Madgwicks
The interpretation of this High Court case in relation to legal practices and in-house solicitors may need to be tested.
Swaab
Article describes Security for Costs (SFC), when you are entitled to SFC & how to obtain SFC eg against not resident plaintiffs.
Jones Day
On October 21, 2019, significant changes to New South Wales ("NSW") security of payment laws come into effect with the commencement of the Building
Jones Day
The doctrine is not enforceable as a "sword" in its own right to prevent other parties from using privileged documents obtained without consent.
Herbert Smith Freehills
An Australian state Court of Appeal decision has expressly rejected the reasoning of Mr Justice Flaux (as he then was) in the English High Court case of Synergy Health (UK)
Dentons
Much has been written about the Westpac responsible lending case. At risk of adding to the weight of those volumes
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Cooper Grace Ward
NSW Court of Appeal increases a contributory negligence finding because of the grossly excessive speed of the plaintiff.
Dentons
The ACCC claimed that Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Ltd (KCA) had contravened the Australian Consumer Law by marketing its Kleenex Cottonelle Flushable
Kells
Intentional torts to the person involve direct, intentional or wilful invasions of their physical and mental integrity.
DLA Piper
The High Court of Australia today handed down an important, unanimous judgment on legal professional privilege.
KordaMentha
Article highlights that there is no ‘one size fits all' for managing expert evidence.
Spruson & Ferguson
The decision exposes difficulties in pleading in a proceeding that, while being an appeal, is heard as a de novo hearing.
KordaMentha
The principles of value established in this native title case could also relate to other intangible personal rights.
MDC Legal
They were ordered to pay the employer's costs on an indemnity basis, as they unreasonably refused the settlement offer.
Clyde & Co
To many he is a longstanding symbol of conservative Australian Catholicism whose aggressive reputation in respect of the defence of historical child sexual abuse cases involving the Catholic Church was confirmed...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This case is important for those drafting statements of claim containing a global claim or modified total costs claim.
Bartier Perry
Institutions should consider opting into the National Redress Scheme to address any claims of childhood sexual abuse.
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Madgwicks
The interpretation of this High Court case in relation to legal practices and in-house solicitors may need to be tested.
Law In Order
This article outlines the procedure for preparing Appeal Books for general matters in the Federal Court.
Carroll & O'Dea
This article highlights some of the issues in the enforceability of breaches of NDAs across US or Australian borders.
Swaab
Article describes Security for Costs (SFC), when you are entitled to SFC & how to obtain SFC eg against not resident plaintiffs.
Clyde & Co
To date, there has been a relative shortage of privacy litigation being commenced against companies and government agencies, let alone any successful class action determinations through the Courts.
Jones Day
The doctrine is not enforceable as a "sword" in its own right to prevent other parties from using privileged documents obtained without consent.
Herbert Smith Freehills
An Australian state Court of Appeal decision has expressly rejected the reasoning of Mr Justice Flaux (as he then was) in the English High Court case of Synergy Health (UK)
Dentons
In a recent decision, Silvia (Trustee) v Williams [2018] FCAFC 194, guidance was given by the Full Federal Court in relation to a claim by a trustee of a bankrupt spouse that the bankrupt
Davies Collison Cave
The case considered use of a trade mark by a parent company where registration rights are recorded in a wholly owned subsidiary.
Jones Day
The receivers and the Commonwealth opposed the liquidators' position that the payments should be made by the liquidators.
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