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By David Potts
Employers should review the terms and conditions of casual employees, who may be able to convert to full-time employment.
By Adam Bye, Laura Hope
New NSW road rules change the speed limit when passing parked emergency vehicles, regardless of the designated limit.
By Michael Mobberley
Despite his best intentions, Peter Brock joined other famous celebrities who failed to get their Wills properly in place.
By Mark Evans
The general rule is that neighbours contribute equally to the cost of a fence that is 'reasonable' in the circumstances.
By Adam Bye
Some speeding offences can result in you automatically losing your licence as well as other penalties - seek legal advice!
By Mitchell Micevski, Byron Turner
The matter was heard by the NRL Judiciary in a 3 hour hearing, resulting in the panel delivering a " not guilty" verdict.
By Michael Mobberley, Olivia Southall
Five key items to consider when negotiating a lease.
By Emily Davoren
The restraint of trade clause must be reasonably necessary to protect the employer's legitimate business interests.
By Michael Mobberley
New legislation has been dubbed "the toughest yet" - in the fight to balance interests of landlords and owner occupiers.
By Franca Parolin, Olivia Southall
Access to a court file is generally only permitted to the parties involved and named in the court proceedings on file.
By Mark Evans, Byron Turner
Whilst you do not have a right to a view, this article outlines when you should lodge a submission to Council.
By Franca Parolin, Kelly Markovski
Recent case shows the sort of conflict that may arise in scenarios where a child is conceived artificially or through surrogacy.
By Natalee Davis
Article discusses the changes to the law that present a step forward in safeguarding justice for victims of child abuse.
By David Potts
Hiring the right employee enhances your work culture, so having the right person in the right position is often crucial.
By Franca Parolin, Olivia Southall
Until a legal determination for parenting rights is made, the child is deemed to be the child of the birth mother.