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Where angels fear to tread: Non-party requests for access to Court files relating to a deceased estate
Access to Court files will be granted to a non-party if a registrar is satisfied that ‘exceptional circumstances' exist.
Australia
15 Apr 2019
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Section 318 of the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 proves fatal to a slip in the pleadings
It is imperative that pre-filing statement and defence are properly pleaded based upon what is known at the time.
Australia
4 Dec 2018
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Expert witness or advocate? The perils of blurring the boundaries
If experts act as an advocate for the party which retained them, they can place their reputation and future work at risk.
Australia
24 Jul 2018
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What happens after you produce documents to court? Implied Undertakings and Subpoenas
The article looks at how documents produced under subpoena are admitted, and rights of persons producing those documents.
Australia
15 Mar 2018
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Dont let a security of payment deadline pass you by during Christmas
Under the SOP Acts, payment claims or adjudication applications can still be made and served on you during this busy period.
Australia
5 Dec 2017
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Privilege and confidentiality - Subpoenas and sensitive information
You should separate the documents attracting legal professional privilege from those that are commercially sensitive.
Australia
3 Sep 2017
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Litigation costs orders – how to maximise your return
You should reach an agreement previously or have the costs assessed as soon as possible after the costs order is made.
Australia
20 Apr 2017
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Setting aside a subpoena: oppression and fishing expeditions
At both state and federal levels, a party with a "sufficient interest" may apply to fully or partly set aside a subpoena.
Australia
16 Mar 2017
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