Dealing with a dispute in business can be time-consuming, complicated and stressful often with many financial and person…

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Dealing with a dispute in business can be time-consuming, complicated and stressful often with many financial and personal implications that need to be considered. With our extensive experience in the Magistrates Court, County Court, Supreme Court, Federal Court and VCAT, we are committed to delivering professional advice and guidance achieving

Queensland parliament to vote on legalising Torres Strait Island childrearing practices

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Before the next Queensland election, state parliament will vote on The Torres Strait Islander Traditional Child Rearing Practice Bill. If passed, the legislation will officially recognise the adoption practices of Torres Strait Islanders. This ground breaking bill was introduced into the Queensland Parliament by the first Torres Strait Islander member

Family violence killing found to be a workplace death

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The NSW Court of Appeal found that the killing of a woman by her de facto husband at home was a workplace death and her family are entitled to workers compensation. This decision was handed down in March, just at the time when millions began working from home due to

New security laws are designed to confuse, says former Hong Kong barrister. And, should the Bernard Collaery trial be held in secret?

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Hong Kong authorities warned voters choosing pro-democracy candidates in the primaries ahead of September elections that they could fall foul of new National Security legislation. A prominent former barrister says the new laws are designed to confuse. And, the Bernard Collaery trial. How should Australia’s court system balance open justice

What happens if I lodge a caveat over the title to real estate in Victoria when I do not have a caveatable interest?

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A caveat is an instrument that protects an unregistrable legal or equitable interest in real property. The caveat is a notice to the public that the person lodging the caveat (the caveator) holds an unregistered interest in the property, and provides details of the interest claimed. The caveat prevents the registration of