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Key decisions

  • O’Flaherty v City of Sydney Council [2014] FCAFC 56
  • Catalano v Managing Australia Destinations Pty Ltd [2014] FCAFC 55
  • Vaysman v Deckers Outdoor Corporation Inc [2014] FCAFC 60
  • Commissioner of Taxation v Hunger Project Australia [2014] FCAFC 69
  • Rocky Holdings Pty Ltd v Fair Work Ombudsman [2014] FCAFC 62
  • Kristoffersen v Superannuation Complaints Tribunal [2014] FCAFC 63
  • De Akers as a joint foreign representative of Saad Investments Company Limited (in official liquidation) v Deputy Commissioner of Taxation [2014] FCAFC 57
  • ABN AMRO Bank NV v Bathurst Regional Council [2014] FCAFC 65

Appeal – leave to appeal out of time

In Vaysman v Deckers Outdoor Corporation Inc [2014] FCAFC 60 (22 May 2014) a Full Court considered when an extension of time to appeal would be granted under FCR Ord 52 r 15. It allowed an extension of three years to appeal against orders for contempt that involved imprisonment but made in complex and lengthy proceedings that had been both settled and discontinued.

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