CRAIG LONGMAN examines the compelling Bowraville murder trials and the decision’s broader implications for criminal law.
Increased scrutiny reveals franchisors are falling short of Franchising Code of Conduct. By MICHAEL MILNES
In response to the Royal Commission, tougher laws and more resources signal a new era in ASIC enforcement. By LIAM CAVILL
Organisations may be able to escape liability for privacy breaches caused by ‘rogue’ employees, but only if proper protections were in place to start with….
There is a fine line between a decision made because of a protected attribute, and one made because of the manifestation of that protected attribute….
In the national effort to combat elder abuse, is it time to revisit the notional estate? By JOHN CLARKE
The recent decision of Guirgis v JEA Developments P/L warns against lodging e-caveats without reasonable cause. By BENJAMIN ADAMS and KYE TRAN-TSAI.
A recent decision has narrowed the scope of compensation for many resumed businesses, notwithstanding a clear statutory obligation to ‘justly compensate’ them. By ANDREW BEATTY…
TALITHA FISHBURN takes a closer look at whether ambiguity in a contract is required as a precondition to admit evidence of ‘surrounding circumstances’?
Presume the sale of a new house to be subject to GST unless established otherwise. Always think GST when buying or selling. By JIM MAIN.
Honesty is always the best policy. If a claim arises from a lack of honesty, professional indemnity insurance cover may be in jeopardy. By MALCOLM…