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By Matthew Muir
Contains a link to a podcast discussing upcoming HC decision affecting restitution, unjust enrichment and quantum meruit claims.
By Andrew Chew
Blockchain technology in the construction industry. What is it? How can it help? What are the problems with it?
By Christine Covington, Chris Pagent
Implications for Australia of the recent US case involving risks associated with use of glyphosate.
By Callum Strike, Kala Campbell
Recent decision highlights the different disclosure obligations applying to arbitration & litigation and more.
By Cameron Cheetham, Felicity Healy, Jade Rowarth
The statutory presumption of insolvency did not arise as there had not been effective service of a statutory demand.
By Danny O'brien
These cases confirm the importance of respectfully engaging with Aboriginal Cultural Heritage issues before works start.
By Andrew Korbel
Climate change is already a focus of corporate, social and political discourse and we are now seeing a rise in litigation.
By Brent Lillywhite, Milaan Latten
Council must consider a landowner's objections, and should not dismiss them simply due to the contents of a policy.
By Bronwyn Lincoln
This protracted and complex litigation contains a lesson for joint venturers of the importance of an arbitration clause.
By David Ellenby, Lucas Bediaga, Warren Scott
This article explores some key developments in residential property law in Victoria in 2018, and more changes for 2019.
By Daryl Clifford, Matthew Butchard
The court set out 12 relevant considerations to be taken into account when determining whether a refusal is unreasonable.
By Paul Burns, Anthony Forsyth, Amanda Loftus, Mairead O'Connor
The FWC seems willing to overlook 'minor procedural or technical' errors, when approving enterprise agreements.
By Kirsty Sutherland, David Hertzberg
Costs and burdens of class actions should not be imposed on defendants until plaintiff claims are properly articulated.
By Cameron Cheetham, Felicity Healy, Jade Rowarth
Several proofs of debt were wrongly admitted or rejected; if correct, the company would not be put into liquidation.
By Mark Payne, Rhys Jewell, Colin Tan
With an election soon, this Budget was directed at infrastructure projects, personal tax cuts and incentives for SMEs.
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