Recent Decisions on Admiralty jurisdiction

Monday October 12, 2015

This brief article notes two recent decisions of the Federal Court concerning the Admiralty jurisdiction of the courts, particularly, the Court’s in rem jurisdiction over a surrogate ship and over foreign maritime liens.
The Carter Newell 6th Edition Injury Liability Gazette

Monday October 12, 2015

The Carter Newell 6th Edition Injury Liability Gazette covers Queensland and New South Wales liability and personal injury decisions under the categories of damages, occupier's liability, recreational activities, workplace law and policy interpretation.
Procedural Fairness in Dealing with Allegations of Bullying

Wednesday September 30, 2015

Allegations of bullying are serious and must be treated as such, but this does not override the need for procedural fairness in the course of investigating those allegations. Tim and Vidal discuss the key points to consider to ensure both sides are represented to prevent a failure of procedural fairness.
Unfair Contract Terms Protections to be Extended to Small Businesses

Saturday September 26, 2015

Under the Federal Parliament's proposed legislation, suppliers will need to be careful that they do not significantly limit the rights of small businesses and avoid including unnecessary terms in their standard form contracts.
Principles of OSH Liability in WA Where Principals Engage Specialist Contractors

Monday August 24, 2015

Between 2008 and 2012, the Supreme Court of Western Australia handed down a series of decisions, arising from two incidents relating to the OSH liability of principals who engage specialist or expert contractors

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