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Holman Webb
A doctor who had an inappropriate relationship was dealt with differently by the courts in Australia and NZ.
Swaab
Link to 7:30 Report where the need for stronger enforcement in the pre-insolvency industry was discussed.
Carroll & O'Dea
Link to article outlining requirements for best practice processes when religious institutions conduct investigations.
Piper Alderman
Recent case reminds us that even promoting a product as an alternative to a competitor can result in trade mark infringement.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Those who plan to have sexual relations are required to take active steps to ensure the other person is a willing participant.
McCullough Robertson
Recent case highlights that the words In Trade or Commerce in s18 ACL confine its operation.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
What role can arbitration play in resolving ESG related disputes?
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The 2nd primary defence to s100A – to show there was no Agreement that could give rise to a Reimbursement Agreement.
Bartier Perry
Recent case gives guidance on how information needs to be provided on mobile devices so consumers are not misled.
Carroll & O'Dea
3 education related cases discussed regarding vicarious liability, ACL & school building fund - deductible gift recipient for tax?
Davies Collison Cave
On 8 September 2021, the High Court ruled in a 5:2 majority decision that Facebook – and, by implication, any operator of a website or social media page – can be liable for defamatory content posted by third parties:
Davies Collison Cave
One of the highlights of 2021 has been the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, which were the more welcome for the wait.
Davies Collison Cave
Information sharing practices during the COVID-19 era are contributing to a growing bank of prior art and, further, are increasing the risk of self-disclosure for those wishing to pursue patent protection for their inventions.
Davies Collison Cave
As the world's political leaders gather for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021, our collective attention once again turns to the impact of human endeavours and industrial development on our climate.
Davies Collison Cave
Australian band and environmental activists Midnight Oil recently released their latest climate protest song, Rising Seas,
Davies Collison Cave
October was Indigenous Business Month in Australia. This year's theme of "Powering the Indigenous Economy" highlights the significant contribution that the Indigenous business community has made to...
Davies Collison Cave
With AUS Music T-Shirt Day just around the corner, there couldn't be a better time to look back on memories of lining up at the merchandise stand after a concert...
Metis Law
Company directors must be absolutely clear on their powers and obligations when making decisions.
Metis Law
The best structure depends on your objectives in terms of branding, risk minimisation, control and resource management.
Astor Legal
The definition of sexual assault in NSW is engaging in sexual intercourse with another person without their consent.
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