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Madgwicks
If you feel that you have been defamed, put all parties on notice of the defamatory material as soon as possible.
Madgwicks
Part of a series of articles discussing defamation - to help guide individuals and business-owners.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
An annulment application can be made by the defendant who has been convicted or sentenced, or the prosecutor.
Holding Redlich
The Full Bench of the QIRC found that the matter was sufficiently complex to warrant external legal representation.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
Discussion about the recent defamation case between Palmer & McGowan.
Piper Alderman
Recent decision shows that accessing insurance information is a matter to be considered in certain circumstances.
O'Brien Criminal & Civil Solicitors
Grieving parents sue conspiracy theorist for defamation. Punitive & compensatory damages awarded.
Carroll & O'Dea
The issue of redaction, as part of the discovery process in institutional abuse cases, is increasingly requiring judicial intervention.
Kells
Vehicle accidents can be traumatic and frightening, not only for those involved, but also their family and friends.
Polaris Lawyers
How Australian courts have assessed claims for compensation for injuries from falling trees and branches.
KordaMentha
The spectre of class actions for data breaches is looming over Australian business.
Herbert Smith Freehills
A recent judgment of the Queensland Court of Appeal provides a further example of the pro-enforcement stance adopted by Australian courts in relation to arbitration agreements.
Astor Legal
The Magistrate found that the police officers were aggressive and treated the accused in a cruel and degrading manner.
Law In Order
Technology gives legal professionals the option to collaborate via apps, work remotely and better manage information.
Stacks Law Firm
Employer admitted fault but denied causation. Injured worker proved factual causation.
Stacks Law Firm
Recent case draws on precedents to decide whether a conditional or unconditional gift was given by a mother to her daughter.
Holman Webb
Damages are available for economic loss arising from an injury suffered by a mother as the result of giving birth.
Polaris Lawyers
It's time for Victorian personal injury compensation laws to change to facilitate justice for grieving families.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Supreme Court of New South Wales has recently confirmed that, in Australia, the relevant test for challenges to the independence or impartiality of arbitrators is the ‘real danger of bias' test...
Herbert Smith Freehills
Our expert panel of Jason Betts, Aoife Xuereb, and Melissa Gladstone-Joyce discuss what a new government means for the class action landscape,...
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