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By Bill Madden
Expert witnesses play a crucial role in professional indemnity cases, and yet they are viewed with a lot of distrust.
By Dane Twohill
The Committee recommended a single "one stop shop" for the purposes of resolution of all workers compensation disputes.
By Peter Punch
This is an update on the current situation, with additional proposed changes to the RO Act that were recently introduced.
By Peter Punch
This case draws attention to complexities arising when an employer believes an employee has "abandoned" his employment.
By Alex Collie
Courts in Australia have been less keen to consider the merits of the Oxford comma in the interpretation of a sentence.
By David Tarrant
We haven't corrected the disparity between numbers of people requiring organ transplants and available organs.
By Rebecca Tidswell
These cases provide some guidance as to how the courts have approached the assessment of damages in nervous shock claims.
By Joshua Dale
Revenge porn has the potential to cause significant embarrassment, psychological distress or psychological injury.
By Maithri Panagoda
The NSW government has announced a $73.8 million package of up to $75,000 for each claimant of 'The Stolen Generation'.
By Dane Twohill
A worker in NSW is now entitled to obtain detailed legal advice in respect of a merit review of a work capacity decision.
By Josephine Heesh, Adelaide Ryan
One form of Elder Abuse is financial abuse.
By Josephine Heesh, Jessica Lobow
We explain the rules of intestacy which apply if a person dies without a Will or where the Will is ineffective.
By Josephine Heesh, Michael Crowe
From 1 July 2017, changes to superannuation as envisaged by the Treasury Laws Amendment Act 2016 will come into effect.
By Scott Dougall
When benefits were slashed to injured workers the changes were made retrospective to apply to people injured before 2012.
By Ben Robertson
You must ensure that the building contract is not one sided and contains a fair allocation of risk between the parties.
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