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Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about s22 of the Crimes Act, sentencing discounts. Includes recent case example.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Commentary on crime in Australia.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about war between the Israeli forces and the Palestinians.
Carroll & O'Dea
There are strict time limits which apply in making workers compensation claims.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about Medevac refugees that remain detained.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
What you need to know & the implications of the 2021-22 Federal Budget which was released on Tuesday, 11th May 2021.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Recent ACCC v Google case shows willingness of ACCC to apply ACL to matters of online data protection.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Discussion about the offence of involuntary manslaughter including a recent case example.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Author opines on the new Parental Rights Bill.
Metis Law
In Australia, a Best Endeavour is really measured by what is reasonable in the circumstances. The key is to keep evidence.
Link to podcast discussing challenges facing businesses exiting hibernation and the much discussed Insolvency Cliff.
Shelston IP
A patent box provides tax incentives designed to encourage companies to commercialise & manufacture patented technology locally.
The law views a divorce and a property settlement as separate matters.
Panetta McGrath
Temporary laws that allowed electronic execution have expired. Where are we now?
Panetta McGrath
A number of Australian cases have considered the characterisation of payments as revenue or capital outgoings.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
A strong economy is the immediate goal of the 2021-2022 Budget, with stabilising and reducing debt a second phase issue.
Cooper Grace Ward
A party dissatisfied with a rental valuation should ensure that the valuation was undertaken in accordance with the lease.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
These situations highlight the vital importance of having in place a properly considered will and succession plan.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
Casual employees now have additional workplace rights and a new entitlement to the NES in relation to casual conversion.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Reliable surveys have indicated that the number of No Religionists in Australia is more like 40 percent, not 30 percent.
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