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06Apr

EPBC Act Reforms continue: Parliament considers Standards and Assurance Bill

Breellen Warry, Partner and Katharine Huxley, Associate at Holding Redlich share an update into the evolving situation with reforms to the Environment Protection.. Read More →
25Mar

A Clinically-Reasoned Hypothesis can Invalidate an Australian Pharmaceutical Patent

Pulari Thangavelu, Trainee Patent Attorney at Michael Buck IP discusses how a clinically-reasoned hypothesis can invalidate an Australian Pharmaceutical Patent by exploring the.. Read More →
24Mar

Whistleblower Protection for Systematic Underpayment Complaints by an Employee

Nadia Stojanova, Barrister, shares insights into whistleblower protection for systematic underpayment complaints by an employee. She compares it to underpayment complaints under the.. Read More →
31Mar

Patents Series Part 3: Challenging Australian Patent Rights

Marcus Caulfield, Partner and Marianne Repacholi, Associate at FB Rice, continue the FB Rice series into patents. In Part 3, they discuss various.. Read More →
30Mar

Police Powers in NSW: The Law on Searching Children

Jimmy Singh, Principal at Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia, provides a comprehensive guide on police search power in NSW, particularly when it comes to.. Read More →
19Mar

Practice and Procedure Part 2: A Lesson in Withdrawal of Admissions

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers, continues his series into practice and procedure. In this article, he shares a lesson in withdrawal of.. Read More →
  • Sydney Jacobs, Barrister, 13 Wentworth Chambers
  • Vikram Misra, Barrister, Clarence Chambers
  • Paul Sills, Barrister and Mediator
  • FB Rice
31Mar

Patents Series Part 3: Challenging Australian Patent Rights

Marcus Caulfield, Partner and Marianne Repacholi, Associate at FB Rice, continue the FB Rice series into patents. In Part 3, they discuss various.. Read More →
19Mar

Practice and Procedure Part 2: A Lesson in Withdrawal of Admissions

Vikram Misra, Barrister at Clarence Chambers, continues his series into practice and procedure. In this article, he shares a lesson in withdrawal of.. Read More →
03Mar

Property Series Part 8: Visual Pollution, Prostitution, Lilly Pilly’s and Betting Ones’ Hedge

Barrister and mediator Sydney Jacobs continues his series as he questions whether nuisance will protect a view by examining past cases. For more.. Read More →

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