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Bringing e-Discovery in-house? Four tips to get you started
With increasing litigation and costs for document review, more companies are considering bringing eDiscovery in-house.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
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Rapid response to a regulatory notice, where the size of the data set is unclear
We were able to effectively manage the review project despite an uncertain number of documents within a tight timeframe,
Australia
 
12 Oct 2019
3
A guide to Federal Court Appeal Books
This article outlines the procedure for preparing Appeal Books for general matters in the Federal Court.
Australia
12 Oct 2019
4
Is your companion animal your property? Or a beloved family member?
Companion animals are legally regarded as property. Article discusses what this means for dog owners.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
5
The thin edge of the wedge? Legal professional privilege developments in the Australian tax sector
Commissioner of Taxation announced that ATO will take a tougher stance on challenging claims of legal professional privilege.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
6
Saying hello, waiving goodbye (to privilege)
Discussion about fundamental principles relating to waiver of legal professional privilege & the different ways it can be lost.
Australia
9 Oct 2019
7
Using mediation to resolve shareholder disputes
The role became an informal mediator between the disputing parties to resolve the situation without expensive litigation.
Australia
7 Oct 2019
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A catalytic effect: inbound investment in PNG set to rise following embrace of international arbitration
PNG's accession to the New York Convention and proposed arbitration reforms considerably enhance its value to investors
Australia
3 Oct 2019
9
TGIF: Double proofed, maybe – Queensland Supreme Court advises liquidators on proofs of debt
Complex situations, where matters are adversarial, warrant judicial advice, but not for deciding the specific dispute.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
10
It does not have to be pristine – verdict for mining company in slip and fall incident
The case illustrates that all work has danger and employers are entitled to manage, instead of eliminating, some risks.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
11
Where next for New Acland coal mine Stage 3 expansion project?
The Land Court's decision was ruled invalid because of apprehended bias, so New Acland faces another lengthy hearing.
Australia
2 Oct 2019
12
Investing with family – the importance of writing it down
Two recent NSW cases reinforce the importance of documenting agreements between family members to avoid future disputes.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
13
Duty of care: Victorian WorkCover Authority v Asixa Logical Outcomes
The claim was settled on the morning of the trial, but it proceeded to decide the apportionment between the defendants.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
14
Franchising: Ultra Tune v ACCC - Round II
The judge stated that the standard financial statements for the fund were not sufficient for franchising code purposes.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
15
Residential Focus - Breach of statutory warranties - out of time?
This recent decision considered if an owners corporation commenced proceedings outside the statutory limitation period.
Australia
30 Sep 2019
16
When is it too late to commence proceedings to recover overdue rates?
The article summarises this decision and considers the implications for councils looking to recover overdue rates.
Australia
26 Sep 2019
17
E-Alert: Rising from the rubble – what damages can be recovered when a residential building contract has been breached?
Article notes that for breach of a building contract, damages may become recoverable by the party not in breach.
Australia
25 Sep 2019
18
Assessing hearing loss – when is a claim no longer compensable?
Article looks at difficulties an applicant may face when bringing a claim for hearing loss after they have ceased employment.
Australia
24 Sep 2019
19
When enforcing a costs order, are in-house solicitors fees in danger?
The interpretation of this High Court case in relation to legal practices and in-house solicitors may need to be tested.
Australia
23 Sep 2019
20
TGIF: Trans-Tasman commingling – a lesson on ex parte applications for cross-border insolvency hearings
This case is an example of courts considering and largely accepting cross-jurisdictional cooperation in insolvency matters.
Australia
21 Sep 2019
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