Parliament has determined whistleblowers need additional protection. However, the proposed Bill provides only limited protection of disclosures to third parties. By GRANT HANSEN.
This article provides an update on the legal manoeuvring that has accompanied the WorkPac v Skene decision, which has caused widespread concerns in business circles. By…
In 2018 there were a number of important cases which illuminated issues in relation to legal costs. By MICHELLE CASTLE and ANDREW BAILEY.
High Court confirms knowing participant in a breach of fiduciary duty is liable to account for any benefit gained as a result. By KATE BOYD.
The NSW Government’s controversial WestConnex development project receives a boost in the Court of Appeal. By KYE TRAN-TSAI and BENJAMIN ADAMS.
Cyber resilience depends on individual awareness combined with appropriate technical responses. By SIMONE HERBERT-LOWE.
Braddon & Braddon is the first judicial clarification of when a family law property arbitral award can be reviewed, or registration opposed. By MATTHEW SHEPHERD.
There is an increasing need for the formal recognition of limited scope services in legislation, ethics and court rules in Australia. By JOHN CORKER.
Supreme Court considers insurers’ duties to act reasonably and with utmost good faith as well as the bases for court intervention. By JEREMY HARRISON.
It is important to recognise the close relationship between stress and the increased risk of a professional negligence claim. By CANDICE PERRIMAN.
Reporting and analysis of the latest key judgments from the High Court of Australia. By ANDREW YUILE.