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Administrators at large in a legal labyrinth
Administrators at large in a legal labyrinth

 Anthony Burke 01 Jun 2018

Work as an administrator presents unique, complex and intellectually engaging challenges. It is a niche area of legal practice that seems likely to grow and create opportunities for experienced lawyers with broad based experience...

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LIV advocacy
LIV advocacy

 Law Institute Journal 01 May 2018

The LIV, with the Criminal Law Executive Committee, wrote to Greens MP Sue Pennicuik. The LIV raised concerns in relation to the reduction of the availability...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 03 Apr 2018

Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police v Hart; Commonwealth v Yak 3 Investments Pty Ltd; Commonwealth v Flying Fighters Pty Ltd [2018] HCA 1 (7 February 2018) concerned the proper...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 03 Apr 2018

In Migration Agents Registration Authority v Frugtniet [2018] FCAFC 5 (30 January 2018), the Full Court considered whether the privilege against exposure to a penalty (penalty privilege) was available to a respondent...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 03 Apr 2018

Bodycorp Repairers Pty Ltd v Holding Redlich [2018] VSCA 17 (unreported, 8 February, 2018, S APCI 2107 0063, Whelan and Santamaria JJA and T Forrest AJA)...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Mar 2018

Statutory interpretation – Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) – entitlement to represent industrial interests. In Regional Express Holdings Limited v Australian Federation of Air Pilots [2017] HCA 55 (13 December 2017) the High Court considered whether an industrial association...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Feb 2018

Constitutional law - Section 44(i) – Parliamentary Elections – qualification to be elected. In Re Canavan; Re Ludlam; Re Waters; Re Roberts [No 2]; Re Joyce; Re Nash; Re Xenophon [2017] HCA 45 (27 October 2017) the High Court considered...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Gregory Reinhardt 01 Dec 2017

Professor Greg Reinhardt on Gann v Hosny [2017] VSCA 303 (unreported, 20 October 2017, S APCI 2107 0050, Santamaria, Kaye and Ashley JJA)...

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Age of reason
Age of reason

 Jade Murphy 01 Dec 2017

Intelligence, resilience and aptitude can be found in all ages. On 1 July this year, I was appointed to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal as a full-time member. My role involves...

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Independent judicial complaints body launched
Independent judicial complaints body launched

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2017

Complaints and concerns about judicial officers will be investigated by the Judicial Commission of Victoria (JCV), which starts operating on 3 July...

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Justice Garde to stay on at VCAT
Justice Garde to stay on at VCAT

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2017

Justice Greg Garde is to stay on as president of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) for a further year. Justice Garde’s five-year term was due to finish on 31 May 2017...

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Solving domestic building disputes
Solving domestic building disputes

 Tina Turner 01 Jul 2017

A new legal service for vulnerable consumers starts this month. Owning a home is one of the biggest investments you can make, and for those on low incomes...

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It’s appealing
It’s appealing

 Katie Miller and Brittany Myers 01 May 2017

Metricon Homes v Softley & Softley sets out two tests for applications for leave to appeal VCAT decisions to the Supreme Court which have practical implications for practitioners.

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Federal Court Judgments
Federal Court Judgments

 Dan Star SC 01 May 2017

Whether s33 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 (Cth) authorised revocation of administrative decision – whether the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (Cth) evinced a contrary...

 

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Federal Court Judgments
Federal Court Judgments

 Daniel Star 01 Apr 2017

Approach to the meaning of statutory unconscionable conduct – whether knowledge of officers and employees can be aggregated and attributed to a corporation to find the corporation...

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