Video Case Note – Checking out the Checkout case

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noreply@blogger.com (Mike Terceiro)

See my recent video case note outlining Justice Stevenson’s decision in The Checkout Pty Ltd v Cordell Jigsaw Productions Pty Ltd; Morrow v Cordell Jigsaw Productions Pty Ltd (No 13) 2022 NSWSC 444
























 

Who can hear an application to extend time for taxation?

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Stephen Warne

People out of time to seek taxation in Victoria customarily file and serve a summons for taxation in the Costs Court, within the Trial Division of the Supreme Court of Victoria.  A Judicial Registrar of that Court then refers the exension of time question  to the Practice Court, again within

Queensland bans 'claim farming'; Should media coverage affect sentencing decisions?

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Queensland has introduced laws to crack down on ‘claim farming’, a practice where members of the public are contacted and encouraged to make compensation claims. And a new study has found ‘inconsistencies’ in the way courts consider the possible impact of media coverage on sentencing decisions.

AER faces hardsell on Origin hardship penalty outcome

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noreply@blogger.com (Mike Terceiro)

AER Video Case note outlining the recent Federal Court decision of Moshinsky J in AER v Origin Energy Electricity Ltd [2022] FCA802, including a discussion of the numerous strange omissions from the penalty judgment and an analysis of whether a penalty equivalent to 0.12% of Origin’s annual turnover is likely

Is Child Support Compulsory?

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Jitesh Billimoria

 

In this video, Accredited Family Law Specialist and Page Provan Special Counsel Jitesh Billimoria discusses whether child support is necessary.

Transcript

Today I want to talk to you about if child support is compulsory. The simple answer is yes, it is. 

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Vanuatu's push for international court action on climate change

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Australian Broadcasting Corporation

The small Pacific island nation of Vanuatu is behind a campaign to raise the issue of climate change before the International Court of Justice. And how should culturally sensitive historical photographs be handled? A leading US university is sued for allegedly causing emotional distress.

Victoria's Nazi swastika law prompts call for national ban

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ABC Radio

An in-depth look at Victoria’s law to ban the public display of the Nazi swastika amid calls for the Federal Government to legislate a national ban on the symbol. And the case of a West Australian man who spent more than a decade in prison for a crime he