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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.
KordaMentha
What is a TAR protocol? Why are prescriptive TAR protocols proposed? What should be included in a TAR protocol?
Law In Order
Metadata, or data about data, is evidence.
LegalVision
Explanation about the law of defamation and what the Voller decision means for any business that operates a social media page.
Holding Redlich
The client is entitled to refuse to disclose documents containing privileged communications to other parties.
Bartier Perry
A walk through the various debt recovery options and when each might be suitable for your circumstances.
Holman Webb
The decision illustrated the importance of the medical records and the history as to the circumstances of the fall.
Gilchrist Connell
Potential impacts of proposed reforms (which promote reasonable distribution of proceeds) to the class action regime.
Holding Redlich
SC in Victoria is hearing a matter that will determine whether noise from a wind farm constitutes common law nuisance.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The law surrounding legal professional privilege (LPP) can be confusing for lawyers and clients alike.
McCullough Robertson
Discussion about parliamentary privilege. Recent case example of the expansive scope of parliamentary privilege.
Holding Redlich
AAT meeting minutes do not fall within the Cabinet documents exemption under the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (FOI Act).
Holding Redlich
Discussion about legal professional privilege in the context of government lawyers and their clients.
HBA Legal
No part of the lump sum of $1.25 million paid under the deed of release constituted damages or a recovery of damages.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The FCFCOA Court established the National COVID-19 List to deal with family law disputes in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holding Redlich
This case highlights issues and potential pitfalls relating to social media use, for both individuals and businesses.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
This decision is illustrative of the Federal Court's jurisdiction to hear a wide range of defamation disputes.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Justice Action launched in a class action in NSW Supreme Court to ensure the safety of prison inmates in the pandemic.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Proof of service of an adjudication application is necessary before the adjudication can be validly undertaken.
Ivy Law Group
One notable change is an increased focus on resolving disputes swiftly and fairly without proceeding to trial.
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