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Colin Biggers & Paisley
Qld Court of Appeal dismissed appeal against the refusal of an application seeking a search order under rule 261A of the UCPR.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Circumstances where there can be a retrial. Recent examples discussed.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The ICLG to Investor-State Arbitration covers common issues in arbitration laws and regulations in 15 jurisdictions..
Johnson Winter & Slattery
The Federal Court of Australia has held that an offer to settle made pursuant to its Court rules may remain open, even after it has been expressly rejected or a counter-offer has been made
Law In Order
Discussion about the challenges that the growth of communication channels, including chat, brings to discovery.
Law In Order
The process of data identification, preservation & collection can be complex - types of data collection, risks etc
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
A new taxonomy - 'Commencement CFOs', 'Settlement CFOs', and 'Judgment CFOs' – has been introduced in class actions.
Carroll & O'Dea
Legal limitation periods may in fact preclude you from successfully taking legal proceedings to recover the loan.
HHG Legal Group
If you act on someone's promise to your detriment, you may be able to obtain orders compelling that person to make good.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Establishing occupier's liability involves careful consideration of the facts which have given rise to an injury.
Swaab
This is an application to set aside a judgment, as either made irregularly, against good faith or in the absence of a party.
ClarkeKann Lawyers
Times when you can rely on a conversation recorded without consent, are limited to very specific circumstances.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
COVID-19 has caused the courts to adapt, and the outcome of that reform may be a more efficient system of justice.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
There is still uncertainty as to whether courts can make a Common Fund Order.
Adams & Partners Lawyers
Recent amendments to the law in NSW are aimed to make it more difficult to successfully make a personal injury claim.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Part 7A of the Jury Act 1977 (NSW) sets out the circumstances whereby a judge must discharge a juror or jury in NSW.
Jones Day
Australia-wide, companies are navigating the uncertainties arising from COVID-19. Our previous White Papers identified the risks arising for construction projects
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Damages were claimed at common law and under statute - for severe personal injuries caused by the defendant's negligence.
Holding Redlich
An apology may mitigate damages for defamation, but the failure to publish an apology does not increase damages.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Australian courts could be guided by this jurisprudence when they need to consider the law of an arbitration agreement.
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