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Just no choice
Just no choice

 John Sharkey 01 Apr 2016

Five judgments have been delivered to date concerning s8 of the Commercial Arbitration Act 2011. They provide guidance on the prospects of court proceedings being halted with the parties left to arbitrate their disputes...

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The paramount duty
The paramount duty

 Jessica Andreacchio 01 Apr 2016

The Legal Profession Uniform Law Australian Solicitors' Conduct Rules 2015 set out various duties that lawyers should be aware of. Throughout the mediation process, a lawyer must first be an officer of the court and then...  

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E-conveyancing: what you need to know
E-conveyancing: what you need to know

 Simon Libbis 01 Jan 2015

Before you rush headlong into the electronic future there are a number of things you should know about e-conveyancing. Here are the top 10...

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Introducing e-settlement
Introducing e-settlement

 Russell Cocks 01 Dec 2014

Early adopters can feel comfortable with an electronic conveyancing special condition. The much anticipated arrival of e-conveyancing, at least in relation to settlement, is upon us with...

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Who are you? Prove it
Who are you? Prove it

 Simon Libbis and Prue Long 01 Oct 2014

Conveyancing clients need to sign documents. In the electronic world practitioners will check and certify the identity of clients, thus needing a detailed knowledge of the requirements...

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From tweet to defeat
From tweet to defeat

 Bill Doogue 03 Mar 2014

Social media has assumed a central importance in criminal law, faster arguably than in any other specialty. I firmly believe that if a lawyer does not have a strong grasp...

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Beware anti-social media
Beware anti-social media

 Fabian Horton 03 Mar 2014

Social media should not be considered a limited issue. Since it can move between the professional and the personal as well as the private and the public, most areas of law can be...

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Sharing in the digital age
Sharing in the digital age

 Fabian Horton 03 Mar 2014

The introduction of Web 2.0 has enabled interaction and collaboration between users and transformed our personal and professional lives...

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Farewell to paper: Electronic conveyancing to go national
Farewell to paper: Electronic conveyancing to go national

 Murray McCutcheon 01 Oct 2013

With much anticipation, the national scheme for electronic conveyancing, based on the Victorian model, is gearing up to go live...

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