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By Martin Slattery
Courts must balance the rights of the plaintiff and the ability of the defendant to properly respond to the allegations.
By Ben Robertson
NSW government passes regulations which require certain buildings, which contain combustible cladding, to be registered.
By Katherine Driscoll, Josephine Heesh
Recent case highlights the importance of reading & reviewing the company constitution when providing advice to the company.
By Lillian Kidman, Hayley Aldrich
Article discusses the current situation regarding constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
Article discussed the NSW Department of Planning and the Environment ePlanning review.
By Matthew Rafferty
Article discusses recent case where the landlord tried to refuse consent to an assignment of lease.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
New Code raises debate between promoting construction of desired development against community concerns.
By Matthew Rafferty
The ACCC has stated that it will continue to investigate contracts and seek Court orders that terms are unfair and void.
By Alex Collie, Matthew Rafferty
Luna Park now is required to make a new development application whenever it wishes to replace, remove or relocate rides.
By Alex Collie, Paul Carroll
The Act declares certain building materials to be prohibited where there are reasonable grounds that the use is unsafe.
By Gillian Kirwan, Paul Carroll
This case is a reminder to each party to understand which Act their lease falls under so as to properly resolve disputes.
By Matthew Rafferty
Agreements to provide abatement for disturbance should be carefully drafted, with precise descriptions and its duration.
By Gillian Kirwan, Paul Carroll
This case is a great example of how important careful drafting is so as to reflect the intended outcome of either party.
By Bill Madden
This UK court was called upon to consider, but firmly rejected an argument that the employer owed a duty to an employee.
By Selwyn Black, Katherine Silvers
In this case, the High Court clarified the applicable rules to knowing assistance, causation and accounting for profit.
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