this product is unavailable for purchase using a firm account, please log in with a personal account to make this purchase.

Select from any of the filters or enter a search term
Calendar
Calendar
Makeup moonlighter
Makeup moonlighter

 Karin Derkley 01 Aug 2016

An extra-curricular interest has brought colour and relief to A Melbourne commercial lawyer.

More navigate_next

0

A remarkable country solicitor
A remarkable country solicitor

 Dr Clifford L Pannam 01 Aug 2016

This is the full version of an article on the life and times of country solicitor Henry James Goldsmith [1846-1916] by Dr Clifford L Pannam QC.

More navigate_next

0

July LIJ flipbook
July LIJ flipbook

 LIV Publications 01 Jul 2016

Welcome to the July LIJ flipbook. You can turn pages electronically, magnify type and click through to editorial content, LIV goods and services and upcoming events and advertising...

More navigate_next

A layer of complexity
A layer of complexity

 Reynah Tang and Murray McCutcheon 01 Jul 2016

Foreign resident capital gains withholding payments have added new compliance burdens for practitioners. The Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment (2015 Measures No.6) Act 2016...

More navigate_next

0

Accidental happenings
Accidental happenings

 Michael Lombard and Ken Calderwood 01 Jul 2016

The 2016 TAC protocols, effective 1 July 2016, will provide an alternative resolution mechanism at every juncture before formal litigation, with additional simplified processes. Although the Transport Accident Act 1986...

More navigate_next

Working towards a faster resolution
Working towards a faster resolution

 Justice Maree Kennedy, Sharon Burchell and My Anh Tran 01 Jul 2016

The Commercial Division of the County Court aims to provide a fast, cost-effective and fair alternative for the resolution of commercial disputes. The overarching purpose . . . in relation to civil proceedings is...

More navigate_next

In the interests of the child
In the interests of the child

 Peter Lynch 01 Jul 2016

The family law courts will often order the appointment of an independent children’s lawyer to represent the interests of the child and ensure the integrity of the evidence. In complex parenting disputes in the family...

More navigate_next

Traders beware
Traders beware

 Tyrone Berger 01 Jul 2016

Building your brand is important, but if your trade mark becomes generic you can no longer rely on the legal protection that registration provides. A proper trade mark strategy from the start will save you disappointment and expense later on...

More navigate_next

Withholding tax a burden on lawyers
Withholding tax a burden on lawyers

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

The new foreign resident capital gains withholding tax regime will be a significant burden on lawyers who advise on property transactions, the legal profession has told the federal government. In a letter, the LIV, the Law Council of Australia...

More navigate_next

0

Criminal sanctions against abuse may be considered
Criminal sanctions against abuse may be considered

 George Brandis 01 Jul 2016

The federal government may consider special criminal sanctions for malicious or contemptuous attacks on courts, judges and tribunal members on social media. The federal government may consider special criminal...

More navigate_next

Sentencing study backs judges
Sentencing study backs judges

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

Sentences are appropriate, judges are in touch with public opinion and portrayals of a punitive public are misleading. These are the key findings of a new study, the second in recent years showing that the popular perception...

More navigate_next

Baseline sentencing scrapped
Baseline sentencing scrapped

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

The LIV has welcomed the scrapping of baseline sentencing – judged unworkable by the Court of Appeal in November 2015 – by the Victorian government. It will be replaced by a standard sentence scheme...

More navigate_next

0

AG's access to justice Roadmap
AG's access to justice Roadmap

 Law Institute Journal 01 Jul 2016

Expanding ADR, supporting SRLs, boosting pro bono and reforming VCAT are considered in the Victorian government’s Access to Justice Inquiry report which will be released next month. Speaking on government response to vulnerability...

More navigate_next

0

On the path to success
On the path to success

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2016

Jobs as lawyers can be hard to find for newcomers to the legal profession – but that hasn’t stopped record numbers, including these four young Victorians, from believing a law degree is their...

More navigate_next

0

Lawyers' achievements in the spotlight
Lawyers' achievements in the spotlight

 Karin Derkley 01 Jul 2016

Atlantic restaurant at Docklands made for a glamorous setting for the 2016 Law Institute of Victoria Awards gala dinner on Friday 20 May. Around 350 members of the legal profession and their guests walked...

More navigate_next

0

Displaying results 1876-1890 (of 2101)
 |<  <  122 - 123 - 124 - 125 - 126 - 127 - 128 - 129 - 130 - 131  >  >|