Choosing arbitration amid the disruption of COVID-19

Now, more than ever, alternative dispute resolution is critical to resolving civil disputes between parties and reducing the pressure on courts in NSW.

Don’t let cyber criminals capitalise on covid-19 chaos: tips for working from home

Straightforward tips for staying cyber safe while working from home during the pandemic.

Finding your inner coach

COVID-19 has thrown the world into chaos and rapid change – and genuine leaders are more important now than ever. Do you have what it…

COVID-19 impacts on immigration law and policy

What will covid-19 mean for immigration law and employers’ ability to access the skilled people they need?

The high cost of growing old

Older Australians remain at the highest risk of developing and dying from COVID-19. Sweeping government restrictions were introduced to protect the lives of our most…

Lunch with Registrar Brett McGrath

Brett McGrath is a lawyer, Law Society councillor and Family Court registrar who in April was appointed to a new national registrar position to cope…

Bail out: criminal courts face uphill battle

The criminal justice system almost ground to a halt in recent months. It has caused delays so severe that human rights questions are being raised.

COVID-19: The Fair Work Commission responds

Fair Work Commission amends modern awards to increase business flexibility during COVID-19.  

Adjournments and e-trials in the COVID-19 context

Two recent cases raise concerns about pursuing e-trials to avoid delays when the circumstances would have likely warranted an adjournment a few months ago.

Elder law & succession: June 2020

Reporting and analysis of the latest judgments and news in wills & estates and elder law. By DARRYL BROWNE.