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What is testamentary capacity? A basic guide
16 Oct
As a lawyer specialising in wills and estates, I find myself increasingly providing advice...
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What are the limits of a post-employment restraint clause in an employment contract? Which case won?
15 Oct
A large clothing retailer with outlets all over Australia employed a chief financial ...
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Who carries the cost when an investor gets scammed? Which case won?
02 Oct
In a case study reported in 2016 by the UK Financial Ombudsman, an investor in the United ...
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Algorithms, artificial intelligence, automated systems and the law
02 Oct
In an item published recently in the ANU Reporter - Do we have a Frankenstein problem? - ...
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How to avoid a drivers licence suspension in NSW
26 Sep
The obvious answer to the question of how to avoid a drivers licence suspension is to obey...
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What’s in a tablet? Understanding the dangers of chemically synthesised drugs
18 Sep
The actual contents of many of the ecstasy tablets and other tablets that people take at ...
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When does negligent driving become a criminal offence? Which case won?
18 Sep
In the mid-afternoon of 18 April 2016, a driver was driving her car along Nicholson ...
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Should the husband get a much larger share of the marital assets than the wife after their divorce? Which case won?
04 Sep
The husband was aged 39, the wife was aged 37 and they had been married for about ten ...
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Why your non-dental cavities may be of interest to the authorities
30 Aug
There is currently a stand-off of sorts between the NSW Police and the NSW Greens party ...
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Was it an inexperienced doctor, unnecessary surgery or just bad luck? Which case won?
22 Aug
The patient was a 73-year-old man who was happy, fit and active. In early 2011, he began ...
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Did the old man have the mental capacity to change his will? Which case won?
06 Aug
In 2011, a man signed a will which gave his estate to his three children equally. The will...
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Appealing fines to Revenue NSW becoming an increasingly pointless exercise
25 Jul
More people opting to go to court rather than appealing to Revenue NSW If you receive a ...
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