The High Court held the objective conduct of the parties needs to be examined when determining whether a de facto relationship has broken down.
The keenly anticipated High Court decision in Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd clarifies that mere injured feelings are not personal injury.
The High Court opens the door in the Palace Letters saga.
What can be made of an accused’s failure to give evidence in a criminal trial? Mark Tedeschi AM QC discusses.
An analysis of the The High Court’s verdict and its implications for the role of appellate courts in reviewing ‘unreasonable’ guilty verdicts.
Mark Tedeschi AM QC discusses the fascinating recent High Court decision that has effectively extended the law of causation in homicide cases.
A fascinating look at the High Court’s 4-3 split in the recent Aboriginal citizenship & deportation cases.
The case that’s set to provide much needed clarity on the scope of ‘injury’, ‘personal injury damages’ and ‘non-economic loss’ in the Civil Liability Act….
The High Court has ruled that some (but not all) evidence obtained at a greyhound training facility is admissible despite being obtained improperly.
This article provides a short history of the common fund and analyses a recent decision which is reshaping the future of common fund class actions.
Massive data breach leads the High Court to consider novel arguments on legal professional privilege in Glencore decision. By TALITHA FISHBURN.