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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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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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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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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
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What does the term - without prejudice - mean?
The term refers to legal privilege attached to communication specifically used for the purpose of negotiating settlement.
Australia
16 May 2017
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Is an external investigator the right move for an internal workplace issue?
The best approach to engaging an investigator for an internal workplace issue really does depend on the circumstances.
Australia
23 Jun 2016
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Cutting time and costs in litigation: the new Practice Note
Parties must provide their evidence to the opposing side before the Court makes orders for discovery (or disclosure).
Australia
13 Mar 2013
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The New Practice Note: Disclosure in the Equity Division
The new Practice Note has removed the general presumption to participate in a discovery process between the parties.
Australia
20 Jun 2012
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It's time to cut costs in litigation
It is now no longer a right for parties involved in the equity division to burden opponents with the discovery process.
Australia
20 Jun 2012
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Authenticity of Email communications
The NSW Supreme Court confirmed the rights of parties involved in a dispute to challenge the authenticity of emails.
Australia
16 May 2012
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Challenging the authenticity of email communications in court
A party may challenge the authenticity of emails – particularly when the emails are being relied upon by the other side.
Australia
30 Mar 2012
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Subpoena to Produce Documents
It is not uncommon for parties involved in Court proceedings to issue Subpoena to Produce Documents upon third parties.
Australia
18 Mar 2012
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