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by Matthew Gerathy
18 February 2016

A unanimous decision from the Court of Appeal, will be of interest to occupiers, head contractors, subcontractors, employers and insurers. It further evidences the ongoing practical approach by the NSW Court of Appeal to occupier's liability claims.

by Chris Drayton
26 February 2016

The Conveyancing Amendment (Sunset Clauses) Act 2015 passed on 17 November 2015 was recently applied in the Supreme Court demonstrating that initial interpretation is consistent with the objectives of the amendments.

by Bill d'Apice
04 March 2016

The Federal Government has announced that the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profit Commission is here to stay.

by Bill d'Apice
20 December 2016

Last week, the ACNC launched a “Registered Charity Tick”.

by Alex Kohn
08 December 2016

What options can school leaders pursue in their efforts to deal with unusually difficult parents?

Alex Kohn shares his insights. 

by Alex Kohn
20 October 2016

Under the law of negligence, school principals have a duty of care to take reasonable steps to prevent a foreseeable risk of injury to students. And if that duty is breached, a student may be entitled to legal compensation for loss or damage arising from the negligent act or omission. But how well do principals appreciate the extent of that duty of care?

by Raymon Anderson
23 September 2016

Raymon Anderson, Senior Associate in the firm's Dispute Resolution group is a member of The Law Society of NSW's Young Lawyers network and is urging all young lawyers to get involved. In the following video he talks about the benefits and the endless development opportunities that this network offers to young lawyers. 

Click here to view the video.


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