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Need for caution before signing a retirement village contract
21 Sep
Recent revelations of elderly people being thrown out of home because of fine print in ...
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Did “Duff” contravene the advertising code for alcoholic beverages? Which case (of beer) won?
20 Sep
In 2014, supermarket industry behemoth Woolworths introduced an officially licensed ...
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Elder financial abuse – confronting a hidden epidemic
19 Sep
Elder financial abuse – where a person takes advantage of an elder person’s financial ...
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Anneka Frayne a finalist in Women in Law Awards 2017
13 Sep
Tamworth associate Anneka Frayne has been named as a finalist in the “Young Gun” ...
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Changes to the NSW motor accident laws
08 Sep
On March 30 this year, the Motor Accidents Injuries Bill 2017 NSW was passed by ...
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When does an email exchange turn into a binding contract? Which case won?
07 Sep
A case heard recently in Western Australia concerned a dispute between a landlord and a ...
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What obligations does an employer have to employees who travel for work?
23 Aug
Every day millions of Australians travel to and from work. The law has accepted that this ...
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Would the Court of Appeal increase a dangerous driver’s jail term? Which case won?
22 Aug
On an evening in 2015, a 19-year-old man was driving the streets of a small country town ...
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Drone laws in Australia evolving slower than drone technology
22 Aug
With the boom in sales of small unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, aviation authorities ...
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So you want to start a business. Which business model should you choose?
15 Aug
Small businesses feature a lot in the rhetoric of politicians, who love to say that the ...
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Marriage, divorce and decree of nullity – what is the law in Australia?
10 Aug
Can a marriage be legal if your new wife or husband refuses to have sex with you – not ...
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Defendant’s criminal sentence hangs on court’s interpretation of a comma – which case won?
10 Aug
In a case decided in 2016 by the United States Supreme Court, a defendant had pleaded ...
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Genuine care for clients has been at the core of our practice since the first office was opened by ER Stack on the NSW Mid-North Coast in 1931

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