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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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Assistance animals in caravan parks
An "assistance animal" is legally recognised as a medical aid providing an essential function for people with disability.
Australia
20 Feb 2019
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Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety The Commission seeks information
The scope of matters for the Commission to inquire into is very wide - almost the entire aged care sector in Australia.
Australia
17 Dec 2018
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Aged care quality standards the basics
Article discusses new aged care quality standards that replace the previous regime and apply to all aged care services.
Australia
13 Nov 2018
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Drug testing in Family Court proceedings
To ensure that children are not exposed to risk of harm, the Court may order that parents undertake random drug testing.
Australia
8 Sep 2018
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How to get in - Powers of entry under the Public Health Act
The powers of entry and investigation under the Public Health Act 2016 (WA) are exercised by 'authorised officers'.
Australia
30 Aug 2018
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Mobile phones and cancer
Until the use of mobile phones is cleared as a cause of cancer, reasonable precautions should be taken for their use.
Australia
10 May 2018
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Damages awarded for unacceptable delay in diagnosis and treatment of medical condition
In its considerations, the Court also reiterated the standard of care to which all patients should be entitled.
Australia
2 Feb 2017
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Can Methods of Medical Treatment be Patented?
The High Court has found that methods of medical treatment can be the subject of patents.
Australia
3 Feb 2014
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NSW Court of Appeal overturns Award of Damages to Morbidly Obese Patient
The patient argued that the GP should have done more to treat his obesity and prevent the development of liver cancer.
Australia
4 May 2013
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When has an Employer done enough to satisfy its Duty of Care to avoid Psychiatric Injury to an Employee?
A recent case considered duty of care in relation to psychiatric injury.
Australia
2 Apr 2013
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