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Polaris Lawyers
Personal injury lawyers may win lifechanging outcomes for people who have been seriously injured in an accident.
Polaris Lawyers
Whilst the court generally regards medical records as accurate, there are times when they are questioned.
KordaMentha
As cyber incidents continue to evolve, sourcing commensurate cybersecurity expertise is critical. Link to original article included.
Piper Alderman
Link to in-depth examination of the various rules that set boundaries on what is permissible damages evidence.
Bartier Perry
Sometimes ADR provisions themselves are the cause of disputes. Recent case example discussed.
Stacks Law Firm
Interesting case where woman sued ski resort for injuries suffered on a chairlift.
BRI Ferrier
All you need to know about Expert Determinations.
KordaMentha
The survey indicated overwhelming support for the use of concurrent evidence as a method of examining expert witnesses.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
A committal hearing is held in a lower court, such as the Local Court in NSW or the Magistrates Court in the ACT.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
What is a Debt for the purposes of SDs, how claims may be reframed as debts & the requirement to include the legal basis for a debt in SDs.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
This article examines how a court deals with imputation when considering if an aggrieved person has been defamed.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
The Act has been amended to incorporate a number of changes to the process of pursuing defamation claims in Queensland.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
As Greater Sydney opens up, jury trials and defended hearings will resume, with changes to protect against COVID 19.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
The agent appears to accuse his former employer of not paying superannuation to all his employees, rather than to one.
People + Culture Strategies
The case demonstrates the unwillingness of the Supreme Court to become involved in COVID-19 public health policy making.
Jones Day
The plaintiffs in two separate class actions (Fox v Westpac Banking Corporation & Anor (Fox) and Crawford v Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd & Ors (Crawford))...
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
Anyone with a web presence that publishes content needs to monitor third party comments to limit liability in defamation.
Rostron Carlyle Rojas
A claim of injurious falsehood is often considered as an alternative, or in addition, to a claim for defamation.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
There is no clear cut answer as to whether you will end up in a better position by being involved in a class action.
Jones Day
The Australian Federal Government has released a draft exposure bill, the Treasury Laws Amendment (Measures for Consultation) Bill 2021: Litigation funders ("Draft Bill"), that proposes significant changes to Australia's class action regime.
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