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Defamation: A business can be liable for defamatory comments on its Facebook page
The companies did 'publish' the comments, in that they provided the opportunity for the comments on their Facebook page.
Australia
3 Jul 2019
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Serving a creditors statutory demand on a company where you are a director
Recovering debts from a company as a director can be a complicated process that needs to be carefully considered.
Australia
9 Mar 2019
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Setting aside a statutory demand on conditions: a double-edged sword?
Article reminds us that the court has the power to set aside the statutory demand on conditions.
Australia
8 May 2018
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High Court of Australia dismisses application by builder to appeal QBCC insurance payout
Builders should now ensure that they challenge any adverse QBCC decisions before the QBCC makes an insurance payout.
Australia
19 Jan 2018
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Dispute Resolution Agenda: Breach of confidence actions
In addition to contractual remedies, breach of confidence may be a claim available to protect confidential information.
Australia
4 Sep 2017
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Farm debt disputes in Queensland – new Act creates pitfalls for lenders
Mortgagees must offer mediation before commencing any enforcement action to recover outstanding farm business debts.
Australia
29 May 2017
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BCIPA: High Court confirms that a valid construction contract payment claim requires a reference date
The decision provides certainty as to when payment claims are valid and effective in triggering the adjudication process.
Australia
17 May 2017
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Arbitral order to disclose confidential information considered by Queensland Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has provided some interesting insights in relation to the confidentiality of arbitral proceedings.
Australia
11 May 2017
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Withdrawing last minute offers to settle – not as simple as one might think
We discuss Project Gas Services Pty Ltd v Leaseplus Operations Pty Ltd [2017] VSCA 55.
Australia
30 Apr 2017
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Dispute resolution agenda: winning business litigation
No business wants to be involved in litigation. Sometimes, however, there is no choice.
Australia
4 Sep 2016
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Court considers challenge to FOS determination by financial services provider
Financial service providers in Australia need to subscribe to an external dispute resolution scheme approved by ASIC.
Australia
12 Aug 2016
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Class actions coming to Queensland Courts
Queensland's Attorney-General has announced that the government will proceed with long-awaited class action reforms.
Australia
12 Aug 2016
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The next chapter in the class action litigation challenge to ANZ bank fees
The Full Federal Court stressed that the ANZ bank fees would only be void if they were 'extravagant and unconscionable'.
Australia
25 May 2015
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Courts look cautiously at service of court process by social media
Social media presence and activity could, in some circumstances, be used to support service of important court documents.
Australia
12 Sep 2013
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Adjudicator's partial mistake voids entire BCIPA adjudication decision
The case confirmed that a jurisdictional error affecting part of an adjudication decision can render the decision void.
Australia
23 Jan 2013
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Judge denies legal costs recovery in court win
A Victorian Supreme Court judge has delivered a pointed reminder about the rules on orders for recovery of costs.
Australia
17 Aug 2012
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Will You Need To Go To QCAT?
A great number of complex legal disputes involving a variety of industries are determined in Queensland tribunals these days.
Australia
6 Jul 2009
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Protecting Contract Rights - Interlocutory Injunctions
In the recent Federal Court case of Gardena (Australia) Pty Ltd v Nylex Corporation Pty Ltd [2008] FCA 1846 two iconic companies in the Australian garden and irrigation products market became embroiled in a turf war resulting in an interlocutory injunction being granted by the Federal Court.
Australia
11 Jun 2009
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Is Our Preliminary Agreement Binding?
In the current economic environment there has been an increase in legal disputes where one party seeks to avoid being bound under a preliminary agreement and the other party seeks to enforce the preliminary agreement as a binding agreement.
Australia
17 Feb 2009
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