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By Zohra Ali
Interesting phishing scam case. Article delves into these scams, ePayments code & contains links to resources about scams.
By Peter Schmidt
Criminal lawyer convicted of supplying drugs, pleads guilty and appeals harsh judgement. What happened next?
By Anneka Frayne
Companion animals are legally regarded as property. Article discusses what this means for dog owners.
By Tony Mitchell
A taxpayer is liable for the interest charges on their tax bill despite a letter from the ATO stating the opposite.
By Anneka Frayne
Interesting article that gives advice on how to legally dispose of uncollected property.
By Phil Griffin
Interesting article about a tragic case where a patient who became blind & deaf from meningitis sues her doctor.
By Christopher Morris
Case highlights the importance of engaging good solicitors when facing any kind of dispute with an insurance provider.
By Daniel Ponepaseut
Interesting case highlights fundamental principles of property law. Read on & see if you can guess which side one!
By Anneka Frayne, Joshua Crowther
Many differences exist between the rights of couples in de facto relationships vs marriage starting with the need for proof.
By John Gooley
Article discusses the technology employed by NSW police on the roads & how it is constantly being refined & upgraded.
By Justin Stack
If a surfer chooses not to wear a leg rope & causes injury to a person, they are risking a successful law suit against them.
By Nathan Luke
Article discusses the blurred lines between the classification of a worker as a contractor or an employee. New precedent set.
By Mark Warren
New sentencing laws and Intensive Correction Orders (ICOs) were introduced to reduce the growing NSW prison population.
By Joshua Crowther
Tax time: it's the time of the year to get your financial paperwork together and review all your assets and liabilities.
By Alexander Hairs
The patient sued the hospital where the hernia repair operation had taken place, in both battery and medical negligence.
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