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Parliament to consider class actions regime for WA
If this Bill becomes law, it will be interesting to see how a class actions regime affects the WA litigation landscape.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
2
Inactive cases in the Magistrates Court of WA – A frenzy of inactivity
The Magistrates Court of WA seems to have "re-activated" cases that were thought to have been dismissed for inactivity.
Australia
10 Jul 2019
3
FIFO Code of Practice – battle against mental Illness for WA workers
WorkSafe WA published a guide, "Mentally healthy workplaces for FIFO workers in the resources and construction sectors".
Australia
27 May 2019
4
Aiming at an employee and shooting yourself in the foot – Workplace investigation leads to compensation claim
Employers should perhaps review their relevant discipline policies and contract of employment terms and conditions.
Australia
27 May 2019
5
Crown land – Is it a lease or licence, where there is a public access reservation?
In Victoria, crown land under a lease was subject to land tax, but under a mere licence, no land tax was chargeable.
Australia
27 May 2019
6
Small slips sink statutory demands
If you don't get the processes right, a court can set aside the CSD and order you to pay the debtor company's costs.
Australia
27 May 2019
7
Straight from the horses mouth: Judge sets out how trials will now run in District Court of WA
The case is important to WA lawyers and their clients, as it changes how to prepare for trial in the District Court.
Australia
27 May 2019
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Do not delay if you think you have a claim against a deceased estate
This WA decision illustrates what could persuade a Court to extend the time limit for making a family provision claim.
Australia
27 May 2019
9
Resolving the Gordian Knot – Competing land use classifications in WA
The proposed additional activities were classified as Motor Vehicle Repair so were prohibited in the Mixed Business Zone.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
10
What is strata titled land in WA and how is it managed?
Strata titled land in WA is intended to be self-managed by owners and strata companies via the Strata Titles Act 1985.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
11
What you need to know about divorce in Australia versus America
The American system of marriage and divorce is, of course, drastically different to the system operating in Australia.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
12
Date fast approaching for incorporated associations in WA to update rules
Associations incorporated under the old act have until 30 June 2019 to ensure their rules are compliant with the new act.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
13
Silicosis – a nationwide epidemic?
Silicosis is an insidious disease, caused by the crystalline silica found in stone bathroom and kitchen benchtops.
Australia
12 Apr 2019
14
New statutory obligations on strata in WA – Will it lead to fewer disagreements?
Amendments to the Strata Titles Act impose, amongst other things, a comprehensive statutory regime on strata managers.
Australia
11 Apr 2019
15
Adult child maintenance for ongoing education and living expenses
Adult Child maintenance, as distinct from child support, may be payable for a child over the age of 18 years in certain cases.
Australia
27 Mar 2019
16
Planning for incapacity – An important part of your estate plan
Planning for incapacity requires: Enduring Power of Attorney; Enduring Power of Guardianship; and Advance Health Directive.
Australia
27 Mar 2019
17
Whistleblower protection reform is finally here – This is what you need to know
Having systems which allow whistleblowers to report wrongdoing without reprisal is important for making improvements.
Australia
25 Mar 2019
18
The Weinstein Clause: What is it and is it destined for Australian employers?
Australian employers who are concerned about the risk of employee litigation, should also consider the Weinstein Clause.
Australia
25 Mar 2019
19
Giving evidence before the WA State Administrative Tribunal
Giving evidence before the tribunal can be daunting, so this article is a quick guide to the process of giving evidence.
Australia
22 Mar 2019
20
The great vaccination debate: What does the Family Court have to say?
Debates over vaccinating the children have increased and can be a source of great conflict between separated parents.
Australia
21 Feb 2019
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