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24Jun

Australia’s First Industrial Manslaughter Case Decided in Brisbane

Annie Smeaton, Partner, together with Jack Bristed, Graduate at Cooper Grace Ward, provide an overview of Australia’s first Industrial Manslaughter case that was.. Read More →
22Jun

Ms Dhu’s Death in Custody Leads to Law Reform

Sonia Hickey, journalist, and Ugur Nedim, Principal Lawyer at Sydney Criminal Lawyers, share how the death of a young woman, who was in.. Read More →
26May

Protecting Confidential Information and Personal Data During COVID-19 – May 2020

Katarina Klaric, Principal and Director at Stephens Lawyers & Consultants, highlights the privacy risks of using services, in particular, Zoom, in order to.. Read More →
06Jul

Beware the Uninsured Insured in Project Insurances

Raymond Giblett, Partner and Timothy Chan, Associate at Norton Rose Fulbright Australia, share their insights on allocating risk during uncertain times, with reference.. Read More →
02Jul

Trust in Trusts to Solve SOP Issues is Vanishing

Michael Chesterman, Consultant at Helix Legal, shares how the trust in trusts to solve Security of Payment issues is vanishing in Western Australia.. Read More →
30Jun

Embracing New Technology Could Reduce Court Delays

With New South Wales Courts now reopening, Sonia Hickey, Journalist, examines how the continual use of virtual technology could reduce court delays and.. Read More →

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Property Law | Arbitration | Mediation | Caveats

  • Sydney Jacobs, Barrister, 13 Wentworth Chambers
  • Vikram Misra, Barrister, Clarence Chambers
  • Paul Sills, Barrister and Mediator
15Jun

Consensus Building Part 1: Introduction to a Different Way of Facilitating Outcomes

Barrister and mediator Paul Sills begins his new series on consensus building. In part 1, he shares how consensus building is a different.. Read More →
09Jun

Property Series Part 5: Easements for recreation, Justinian’s Digests and Field Marshall Lord Kitchener of Khartoum

Barrister and mediator Sydney Jacobs continues his series by exploring easements for recreation, Justinian’s Digests and Field Marshall Lord Kitchener of Khartoum. For more.. Read More →
05Jun

Arbitration and Mediation Series Part 6: Case Note: Inghams Enterprises Pty Limited v Hannigan [2020] NSWSA 82

Sydney Jacobs, Barrister at 13 Wentworth Chambers and Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers continue their series into arbitration and mediation. In Part.. Read More →

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