What junior solicitors wish you knew about privilege reviews

What junior solicitors wish you knew about privilege reviews.

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The courts and the pandemic: the role and limits of technology

NSW courts have readily embraced technology to continue to deliver justice. However, even in a pandemic, there will be limits to the use of technology.

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High Court rules on admissibility of evidence in animal cruelty case

The High Court has ruled that some (but not all) evidence obtained at a greyhound training facility is admissible despite being obtained improperly.

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Victoria set to allow lawyers to take percentage of class action damages

The Victorian Bill poised to change class actions practice and, arguably, Australian litigation culture.

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The limits of the privilege against self-incrimination

What information-gathering powers do regulators like the ATO possess? What rights do clients have when questioned by regulators? JOHN FLEMING discusses the limits of the…

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Paradise Lost: Glencore loses High Court bid to extend legal professional privilege

Massive data breach leads the High Court to consider novel arguments on legal professional privilege in Glencore decision. By TALITHA FISHBURN.

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Going digital: bridging the gap between e-filing, e-discovery and e-trials

Never mind the hype about AI, litigation practice still stands to benefit greatly from the adoption of some more ‘basic’ technology, argues JONATHAN PRIDEAUX.  

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Lawcover tips for managing some key risks in litigation practice

Professional negligence claims can often arise from complex litigation. JANICE PURVIS and CANDICE PERRIMAN outline some ways to recognise and manage the risks.

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Privilege pitfalls: implied waiver in email chains

Beware of implied waiver of legal professional privilege when corresponding with clients in email chains..By CYNTHIA COCHRANE and CATHERINE BEMBRICK

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Why not litigate? ASIC enforcement after the Banking Royal Commission

The Royal Commission recommended whenever ASIC is considering a contravention it must start with the question ‘Why not litigate?’ MICHAEL LEGG and STEPHEN SPEIRS explore…

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