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By Anne Wood
Officers or directors of a company may be charged with a criminal offence that the company is alleged to have committed.
By Vidal Hockless
The Arbitrator does not need to look behind the declared attitude of the employer provided it is sincere and serious.
By Vidal Hockless
In its considerations, the Court also reiterated the standard of care to which all patients should be entitled.
By Stephen Williams
This case still remains relevant and provides guidance as to how the tests of causation will be applied in the courts.
By Philip Mavor
The movement of livestock is heavily regulated, with livestock ownership, identification, and movement reporting system.
By Emma Leys
This duty exemption is not a new exemption, but to be eligible for it there are a number of conditions to satisfy.
By Ashley Crisp, Henrik Eklund
The decision demonstrates that workers may face costs implications if they fail to particularise their expenses sought.
By Loretta Carè, Alison Brooks
The court considers the net asset value of both the parties, including their separate contributions and future needs.
By Ashley Crisp
This matter involved unusual circumstances, in that two motorcycles collided and both riders were seriously injured.
By Laurie James
There are circumstances in which a local government can refuse or indeed must refuse to grant a building permit in WA.
By Philip Mavor
NFP aged care and retirement villages, where residents have entry fees and fees for services, may still be 'charitable'.
By Claire Hawke-Gundill
Each Australian State has legislated for some form of Advanced Health Directive.
By Kellie Cook (previously with Kott Gunning)
The laws providing protection against unfair contract terms to consumers have been extended to protect small businesses.
By Brenton Oakley, Philip Mavor
This instalment deals with the powers of the Commissioner under the Act.
By Carol Hamilton
A recent decision indicates that the term "retrospective approval" is inappropriate when referring to planning legislation.
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