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By Stephen Williams
An Italian decision, subject to appeal, has held that excessive use of a mobile phone caused a benign form of cancer.
By Ken Grunder
The judge gave a useful and succinct examination of the law relating to an employer's duty of care toward its employees.
By Ashley Crisp
This decision is a thorough examination of the law relating to stress claims in the WA workers' compensation scheme.
By Mike Baldwin
if confirmed on appeal, this decision would have ramifications for industrial parties as they negotiate new agreements.
By Tom Darbyshire
Two recent decisions, on liquidator's remuneration and holding DOCAs, profoundly affect day-to-day insolvency practice.
By Philip Mavor
Injurious affection is the diminution of value of land due to restrictions on the use of land from new planning schemes.
By Vidal Hockless
Legislation introduces mandatory data breach notification provisions if serious harm is likely to result from the breach.
By Vidal Hockless, Sophie Nauwelaers (previously with Kott Gunning)
This decision discusses multi-party workplace injury disputes and apportions liability between the contracting parties.
By Stephen Williams, Sophie Nauwelaers (previously with Kott Gunning)
His appeal was allowed, and the worker was entitled to compensation for the proposed surgery for his second injury.
By Ann Spencer
The WA laws relating to statutory wills are different from those in other states so this case gives important guidance.
By Tom Darbyshire
The judgments provide some comfort to businesses that wish to strictly enforce policies in sympathetic circumstances.
By Ashley Crisp
His Honour undertook an exhaustive examination of the Dispute Resolution System and the roles and powers of Arbitrators.
By Daniel Coster, Ashley Crisp
The decision also provides an example of how credibility issues can adversely impact on a plaintiff's claim for damages.
By Conor Breheny, Tom Darbyshire
This decision outlines the potential pitfalls of an employee making public comments on Facebook outside of work hours.
By Anne Wood
Officers or directors of a company may be charged with a criminal offence that the company is alleged to have committed.
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