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31Jul

What’s the Future for Testamentary Trusts and Super Death Benefits?

Matthew Burgess, Founder of View Legal,  questions what the future is for testamentary trusts and super death benefits as recent legislative reforms has.. Read More →
20Jul

Developers Risk Not Being Able to Get Occupation Certificates from 1 September

Peter Holt, Special Counsel, and Christine Jones, Partner, together with Georgia Appleby, Associate at Holding Redlich, share a critical update to changes to.. Read More →
15Jul

Stopping the Phoenix Illegally Rising from the Ashes

Stipe Vuleta, Managing Director at Chamberlains Law Firm, provides an overview of recent amendments in response the illegal transfer of assets from an.. Read More →
23Jul

Consensus Building Part 2: Deciding if the Process Suits Your Dispute

Barrister and mediator Paul Sills continues his series on consensus building. In part 2, he explores how to determine whether the process of.. Read More →
13Jul

Can the Police Help Parents Get Their Child Back From an Ex?

Craig Turvey, Senior Associate at Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers, answers the commonly asked question of whether the police can help parents get their.. 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 →

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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
23Jul

Consensus Building Part 2: Deciding if the Process Suits Your Dispute

Barrister and mediator Paul Sills continues his series on consensus building. In part 2, he explores how to determine whether the process of.. Read More →
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 →

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