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You have a Court Attendance Notice, now what? Timeline of a criminal charge in the local court
12 Apr
If you have received a Court Attendance Notice, it will tell you what you are accused of ...
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Non-compete clause in shopping centre lease leads to discrimination complaint against barber shop
12 Apr
A Brisbane barber shop was recently in the press for denying services to a woman based on ...
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Kurt Topper dancing for cancer research
10 Apr
Kurt Topper, Director of Stacks Heard McEwan and our Wollongong-based Accredited ...
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Filming an accident instead of helping – what the law says in New South Wales
06 Apr
We see it on social media and on the TV news all the time – someone films an accident or...
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What is the process for getting a divorce?
15 Mar
The divorce process is a separate process to that of a property settlement after ...
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Costs orders and litigation – beware unpredictable outcomes and always take settlement offers seriously
13 Mar
I was recently involved in a case where someone was offered half a million dollars as ...
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“Cannabis caution” and other civil penalties for minor criminal offences in New South Wales
01 Mar
If you get a Court Attendance Notice in NSW, you are required to attend court. If you ...
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Pregnancy discrimination to be addressed by amendment to NSW legislation
15 Feb
Two days before a woman was to begin maternity leave she was made redundant by the gas ...
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Beware of your life continuing in the cloud after you die
14 Feb
Recently a court had to rule on whether a will written as an unsent 54-word text message ...
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Prenups on shaky ground after High Court decision
13 Feb
Prenuptial agreements appear to be on shaky legal ground after a recent landmark decision ...
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The elusive and sought after “section 10” in criminal and traffic prosecutions in NSW
08 Feb
Committing a criminal or traffic offence in NSW does not always lead to a criminal record....
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Electronic property settlements through PEXA point to future obsolescence of all paper contracts
08 Feb
The final process in any property transaction is the settlement, when the contracts have ...
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