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LPLC: Clarity in family provision claims
LPLC: Clarity in family provision claims

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Dec 2021

Claimants need to get timing and wording right to prevent the distribution of estates.

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Changes forced on government agencies by pandemic to have long-term benefits
Changes forced on government agencies by pandemic to have long-term benefits

 Karin Derkley 24 Jun 2021

The future looks more efficient for VCAT, the Fair Work Commission and the ACCC after COVID-19 forced beneficial innovation on them, the LIV Government Lawyers Conference was told last week...
 

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Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew
Human rights and administrative law: Imposing a COVID-19 curfew

 Vanessa Twigg 01 Jun 2021

Even during a pandemic, an administrative decision maker must exercise powers according to law and take human rights into account. The case of Loielo v Giles provides guidance. 

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Mar 2021

Consideration of the “Harman”/“Hearne v Street” obligation – whether the obligation applies to pleadings.

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Dr Michael Taylor 01 Feb 2021

Administrative law – Coroner’s decision not to order an inquest – application to Supreme Court to order inquest – procedural fairness

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Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report
Adminstrative Law and Human Rights Section Annual Report

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 02 Dec 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria has released the annual report for the Administrative Law and Human Rights (ALHR) Section...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Anthony Lo Surdo SC and Theresa Power 01 Dec 2020

Migration – cancellation of visa under s501(3A) of the Migration Act (Cth) on character grounds – judicial review – requirement for decision-maker to engage in an ‘honest confrontation’ with the consequences of removal

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Aug 2020

Judicial review of decision granting exemption from prohibition of live animal export – procedural fairness – legal unreasonableness.

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Jul 2020

EPBC Act litigation concerning whether removal of brumbies from the Alpine National Park should be restrained

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Government accountability vital during COVID-19
Government accountability vital during COVID-19

 Karin Derkley 10 Jun 2020

For government agencies, serving the needs of the public became more challenging but no less essential during the COVID-19 shutdown....

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 01 Jun 2020

Judicial review of decision of Australian Government Takeovers Panel – allegation of apprehended bias against president of the Panel

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Judicial College of Victoria: A new era of support and empowerment
Judicial College of Victoria: A new era of support and empowerment

 Andrix Lim 01 Apr 2020

The new Guardianship and Administration Act 2019 (Vic) gives voice to the ‘will and preferences’ of people with a disability. The JCV has produced a succinct guide to help navigate the changes.

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 Anti-vilification laws belong in Equal Opportunity Act: LIV
Anti-vilification laws belong in Equal Opportunity Act: LIV

 Karin Derkley 16 Mar 2020

Anti-vilification legislation should be rolled into the Equal Opportunity Act and the test for vilification changed, the LIV told a Victorian government parliamentary inquiry into the adequacy of current anti-vilification protections...

 

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Religious discrimination bill violates healthcare rights
Religious discrimination bill violates healthcare rights

 Karin Derkley 30 Jan 2020

Patients may be denied the medical treatment they need and public hospitals may be in breach of their duty of care to patients if employees are allowed to refuse to treat patients on the basis of their religious beliefs as proposed in the Religious Discrimination Bill, the LIV has warned...

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LIV provides feedback to Second Exposure Draft of Religious Discrimination Bill
LIV provides feedback to Second Exposure Draft of Religious Discrimination Bill

 Administrative Law and Human Rights Section 17 Jan 2020

The Law Institute of Victoria has reviewed the progress of the Religious Discrimination Bill 2018 with feedback on the Second Exposure Draft...

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