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How to choose the right family law lawyer
There are some essential qualities you should consider to ensure you receive the best advice regarding family law issues.
Australia
15 Aug 2019
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Old enterprise agreements and class actions: Danger! Danger! Warning Warning!
Class actions, often funded by litigation funders, are a recent but thriving part of the employment law landscape.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
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Employers beware: If you cant say anything nice, dont say anything at all
Sending a careless message via email or social media increases the risk of a defamation claim, by providing evidence.
Australia
9 Jul 2019
4
Single experts in Family Court property disputes – What you need to know
This article details rules that an accountant should be aware of if appointed as a single expert in family law matters.
Australia
27 Jun 2019
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Preventing and resolving software implementation disputes
Software implementations are collaborative projects, with understanding and input from businesses and software providers.
Australia
19 May 2019
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Family law and social media, are they a match?
It should be no surprise that digital and social media-focused evidence can now be used by parties to family law matters.
Australia
13 Apr 2019
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To what extent can an employee pursue a meritless claim?
an employee who is motivated by the idea of 'making their employer pay' does risk having cost orders made against them.
Australia
20 Mar 2019
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What obligations must I be aware of when terminating a lease?
Even when a lease has been terminated, there could be further obligations that the parties must continue to comply with.
Australia
11 Mar 2019
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I have separated - do I need to go to court?
Sometimes court is inevitable, so selecting a solicitor who is well versed in appearing in family courts is vital.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
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To file or not to file initiating proceedings with the Family Court?
This case of Whooten & Frost (Deceased) shows how strict adherence to the rules of the court may bring about injustice.
Australia
26 Dec 2018
11
The recent Family Court blitz and the Coleman Greig family mediation & arbitration services
The success of this Family Court 'blitz' saw it rolled out in Sydney, with other target cities now on the horizon.
Australia
5 Jul 2018
12
Preliminary Discovery - how your clients might avoid a losing litigation battle
Article discusses the option of preliminary discovery as an effective way to obtain critical information.
Australia
23 May 2018
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Courts cannot overturn building & construction decisions based on non-jurisdictional errors
Unless an adjudicator has made an error of jurisdiction in their determination, a court has no power to overturn that ruling.
Australia
17 Apr 2018
14
Disclosure in an ex parte recovery application in family law
The duty of candour and frankness was characterised in this case, and extends both to the parties and to the lawyers.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
15
Key changes to the Family Law Rules
The changes have been introduced to make the rules consistent with the recent changes to the child support legislation.
Australia
1 Mar 2018
16
Legal fees in Family Law matters – How to get them under control?
Coleman Greig solicitors take steps to ensure that family court legal fees do not get out of control.
Australia
19 Dec 2017
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Intellectual Property Licence Agreement dispute between Kraft and Bega
This brand dispute is highlighting the importance of properly drafted Intellectual Property Licence Agreements.
Australia
16 Nov 2017
18
Security of Payment Act: payment claims in a digital age
SOPA Notices such as Payment Claims and Payment Schedules can be served by email in certain circumstances.
Australia
14 Nov 2017
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Playing with fire: Failure to properly respond to a Payment Claim can leave you burnt!
It is important to respond correctly to a Payment Claim regardless of whether it is considered to be valid.
Australia
14 Nov 2017
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Are your online posts at risk of putting you offside with the law?
Social media users should be careful of their online behaviour as their posts could make them liable for defamation.
Australia
26 Jul 2017
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