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Madgwicks
An injunction may be available to stop damage from misleading and deceptive conduct, even if no damage was yet suffered.
Holding Redlich
Links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
Kells
COVID-19 operations in NSW come with increased police powers to issue on-the-spot fines for breaching restrictions.
Kells
NSW is steadily progressing to its clearly stated goal, the adoption of wholly electronic processes for conveyancing.
Kells
Choosing a real estate agent is a business decision, so you should employ the best person for you and your expectations.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The COVID‑19 pandemic has given rise to insurers seeking to contest or test the terms of particular insurance policies.
Surry Partners
Employers have a duty to provide a safe workplace for their staff under workplace safety and workers compensation laws.
People + Culture Strategies
A SA nurse won an unfair dismissal claim after losing her job due to her weight and deemed unfit to perform work.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The Full Court decision clarifies the law in relation to deceptive similarity and what constitutes trade mark use.
BRI Ferrier
Forensic accountants are often engaged to quantify damage or loss suffered because of the actions of another party.
Lamont Law
Cybercrimes include fraud, identity theft, dealing with the proceeds of crime, and stalking and intimidation.
Lamont Law
A recently released report examined the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cannabis demand and supply in Australia.
Blackwattle Legal
It will be more difficult for investors to sue listed entities for a breach of the continuous disclosure requirements.
Blackwattle Legal
A company's constitution could empower an inquorate board to increase the number of directors to constitute a quorum.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 9 March 2021, the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (ACICA) released the inaugural Australian Arbitration Report (Report).
Lamont Law
Parity in sentencing is the legal principle that co-offenders should, all things equal, receive the same penalty.
Lamont Law
Intimidating an individual while armed and/or breaking into premises without lawful excuse is a criminal offence in NSW.
Lamont Law
In New South Wales, it is an offence for a person to knowingly supply or take part in the supply of a prohibited drug.
Lamont Law
Evidence of an opinion is not admissible to prove the existence of a fact about which the opinion was expressed.
Lamont Law
Unauthorised access to or modification of restricted data held in a computer is a criminal offence in New South Wales.
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