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03Sep

‘Retro’ Witnessing of BDBNs: what could possibly go wrong?

Matthew Burgess, Director at View Legal, discusses the significance of ASIC’s recent decision to ban a financial adviser for 8 years in shedding light.. Read More →
16Jul

Tax equalisation clauses in wills – devil is in the detail

Matthew Burgess, Director at View Legal, discusses how the case of Todd v Todd & Ors [2021] SASC 36 reinforces a number of issues.. Read More →
15Jun

Valid oral variations to contracts… that prohibit oral variations

Matthew Burgess, Director at View Legal, shares how UK cases can give insights as to the likely position of decisions in Australia.    .. Read More →
10Sep

Caveats Series Part 11: Service of notices on caveators by registered post

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers continues his series into caveats as he discusses how service of notices, such as lapsing notices, can.. Read More →
02Sep

The Dylan Voller Defamation case and its Implications on Media Law

Michael Aroney, Search and Content Marketing specialist for Pepperit, discusses the Dylan Voller Defamation case in detail and its implications on media law... Read More →
11Aug

Patents Series Part 5: Patenting pharmaceuticals in key South East Asia Markets

John Landells, Partner, and Brittany Howard, Associate at FB Rice, continue the FB Rice series into patents. In Part 5, both highlight essential.. Read More →
  • Sydney Jacobs, Barrister, 13 Wentworth Chambers
  • Vikram Misra, Barrister, Clarence Chambers
  • Paul Sills, Barrister and Mediator
  • FB Rice
10Sep

Caveats Series Part 11: Service of notices on caveators by registered post

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers continues his series into caveats as he discusses how service of notices, such as lapsing notices, can.. Read More →
11Aug

Patents Series Part 5: Patenting pharmaceuticals in key South East Asia Markets

John Landells, Partner, and Brittany Howard, Associate at FB Rice, continue the FB Rice series into patents. In Part 5, both highlight essential.. Read More →
27Jul

Practice and Procedure Part 4: Interlocutory Skirmishes and the Overriding Purpose of the Civil Procedure Act 2005 (NSW)

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers, continues his series into practice and procedure. In this article, he provides practical guidance for approaching interlocutory.. Read More →

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