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Solicitors on the bench
Solicitors on the bench

 Karin Derkley 29 Aug 2018

More solicitors than ever are being appointed as magistrates and judges in recent years, showing there are now fewer barriers along the path to the bench...

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Call for extension to consult on proposed federal court merger
Call for extension to consult on proposed federal court merger

 LIV 29 Aug 2018

Family Lawyers are encouraged to participate in the biggest change to Australia’s legal system since 1975...

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Courts not soft on crime: oration
Courts not soft on crime: oration

 Carolyn Ford 23 Aug 2018

Are courts soft on crime? Tasmanian Governor and law professor Kate Warner spoke to this question in the Victoria Law Foundation 2018 Law Oration she delivered on August 21 at the Supreme Court...

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Proposed changes to costs disclosure thresholds under the Uniform Law
Proposed changes to costs disclosure thresholds under the Uniform Law

 Costs Law Section 21 Aug 2018

The Law Institute of Victoria provided input on the possible revision of the costs disclosure thresholds contained in the Legal Profession Uniform Law Application Act 2014.

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 01 Aug 2018

In Amaca Pty Limited v Latz; Latz v Amaca Pty Limited [2018] HCA 22 (orders 11 May 2018; reasons 13 June 2018) the High Court held that damages to be awarded to Mr Latz should include amounts he would have received...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star 01 Aug 2018

In Aldi Goods Pty Ltd v Moroccanoil Israel Ltd [2018] FCAFC 93 (22 June 2018) the issues before the Full Court were (1) should a trade mark proceed to registration (see s41 of the Trade Marks Act 1995 (Cth)) ...

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Family law judgments
Family law judgments

 Robert Glade-Wright and Craig Nicol 01 Aug 2018

In Harris & Dewell and Anor [2018] FamCAFC 94 (25 May 2018) the Full Court (Strickland, Murphy & Johnston JJ) dismissed an appeal against Rees J’s property settlement by the wife...

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Supreme Court judgments
Supreme Court judgments

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 01 Aug 2018

Viterra Malt Pty Ltd v Cargill Australia Ltd [2018] VSCA 118 (unreported 11 May 2018, No S APCI 2018 0041, Whelan, Kyrou and McLeish JJA)...

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High Court judgments
High Court judgments

 Andrew Yuile 02 Jul 2018

In Re Gallagher [2018] HCA 17 (9 May 2018) the High Court held that Senator Katy Gallagher had been ineligible when she stood for election as a Senator in May 2016...

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Federal Court judgments
Federal Court judgments

 Dan Star QC 02 Jul 2018

In Australian Securities and Investments Commission v Westpac Banking Corporation (No 2) [2018] FCA 751 (24 May 2018) Beach J gave his reasons for judgment on the liability phase of...

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Supreme Court judgements
Supreme Court judgements

 Professor Greg Reinhardt 02 Jul 2018

Apprehended bias and expert valuation – summary judgment: The Gull Lexington Group Pty Ltd v Laguna Bay (Banongill) Agricultural Ltd [2018] VSCA 85 (unreported, 10 April 2018...

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Practice notes
Practice notes

 Jelena Popovic 02 Jul 2018

Magistrates’ Court Victoria: Practice Direction No 5 of 2018 – Listing of matters in the Magistrates’ Court Koori Court...

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Changes to Family Law Court fees
Changes to Family Law Court fees

 Law Institute of Victoria 26 Jun 2018

The Federal Circuit Court of Australia and the Family Court of Australia have announced the Family Law Court fees will increase on 1 July 2018...

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Justice Coghlan to address members on new Bail Act reforms
Justice Coghlan to address members on new Bail Act reforms

 LIV 13 Jun 2018

Following the Bourke Street tragedy, Justice Paul Coghlan was asked to advise the government on how Victoria’s bail system should be reformed to best manage risk and maximise community safety...

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Proposed restructure of federal Family Law Court system
Proposed restructure of federal Family Law Court system

 LIV Media 05 Jun 2018

The federal government is proposing a major restructure of the federal Family Law Court system which was announced by the Attorney General Christian Porter last week.

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