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Where professional privilege is blurred
Where professional privilege is blurred

 Nareeda Lewers 01 Jul 2019

There is a risk that information held by legal practices with interdisciplinary programs may be able to be subpoenaed and used against their clients...

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Welcome: Justice  Paul Anastassiou
Welcome: Justice Paul Anastassiou

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2019

Justice Paul Anastassiou was welcomed to the Federal Court of Australia on 1 February 2019. This is an edited version of his speech...

 

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Beds are burning
Beds are burning

 Megan Thorburn 01 Jul 2019

As combustible cladding rectification works increase, with owners seeking recovery across the construction chain of supply, we await the governmental response to the systemic failure...

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Forfeiting your right
Forfeiting your right

 Michael Wise QC 01 Jul 2019

Unless the culpability of the offender approaches that of self-defence, the forfeiture rule operates to deprive the perpetrator of an unlawful killing of the proceeds of a binding superannuation death benefit nomination in their favour...

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When three’s a crowd
When three’s a crowd

 Charles Noonan 01 Jul 2019

The Full Court of the Federal Court has considered whether a trial judge engaged in an appropriate exercise of discretion when faced with competing class actions...

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In confidence
In confidence

 Jayr Teng 01 Jul 2019

The issue of medical privilege has been clarified by the Victorian Court of Appeal in Medical Board of Australia v Dr Geoffrey Kemp...

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Lowering the bar of admissibility
Lowering the bar of admissibility

 Antony Lee Berger 01 Jul 2019

There has been a major upheaval in the High Court’s approach to tendency evidence resulting in lowering the threshold for admitting tendency evidence. This strongly favours the prosecution, especially in sexual offence cases...

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High Court Judgments
High Court Judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Jul 2019

Arbitration clause – construction of contract...

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Federal Court Judgments
Federal Court Judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Jul 2019

Whether an executive policy is inconsistent with a statute and unlawful...

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Family Law Judgments
Family Law Judgments

  Robert Glade-Wright & Craig Nicol 01 Jul 2019

Expressions “supervised time” and time spent “in the presence of” may be used interchangeably...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Jul 2019

Burness and Jess (in their capacity as trustees of the bankrupt estate of Love) v Hill [2019 VSCA 94 (unreported, 1 May 2019, S APCI 2018 0043, Kaye, McLeish and Hargrave JJA)...

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Legislation Update
Legislation Update

 LIV Library 01 Jul 2019

New Victorian and Commonwealth 2019 assents, regulations and bills... 

 

 

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2019

Indexed Amounts Notice advising amounts that will apply from 1 July...

 

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In_Sites
In_Sites

 LIV Library 01 Jul 2019

International Bar Association, Rule of Law Institute of Australia, Melbourne Sports Law Twitter account, Austlii and the ATO...

 

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In_Print
In_Print

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2019

This month’s books cover court reporting, victim justice, Interpretation Acts and the Victorian Charter of Rights...

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