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11 December 2019 | Employment & Workplace Relations | Maeve Doyle
The case below demonstrates an employer that ignored the complaints of an employee that they are overworked to its own demise.
10 December 2019 | Legal Developments | Tim Donlan
Many discretionary trusts have wide pools of potential beneficiaries as to both income and capital of the trust.
Strictly speaking, the very …
09 December 2019 | Finance Transaction Support | Philip Cowdery
Litigation funding (also known as legal financing or third-party litigation funding) has been a major driver of Australian class actions. …
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06 December 2019 | Dispute Resolution | Philip Cowdery
Since 1885 solicitors who represent themselves in Court have been able to recover professional costs for their time acting for themselves, …
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04 December 2019 | Civil Contractors and Construction | Marcus McCarthy
Good News for Builders – the Section 18F defence has been expanded
In the Supreme Court case of Strata Plan 83572 v …
02 December 2019 | Employment & Workplace Relations | Maeve Doyle
Would you dismiss an employee for a single over-the-top reaction if you knew they had been a victim of domestic violence?