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Personal Injury Law
9 January 2014

Changes to Workers’ Compensation In Queensland

Changes to the Workers Compensation and Rehabilitation Act¬† In response to the report made by…
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Unwanted Gifts and Return Policies: How Australian Consumer Law Impacts Your Christmas Returns
Consumer Law
9 January 2014

Unwanted Gifts and Return Policies: How Australian Consumer Law Impacts Your Christmas Returns

Previously at LawBuddy, we have written on consumer law in regards to when you can…
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Family Law
7 January 2014

WA Considers Background Checks For Partners

In a idea floated by the WA Law Reform Commission, persons would be able to…
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General Law
19 December 2013

Lengthy Bushfire Class Action Fight Over

A lengthy court battle has come to an end over the 2005 Eyre Peninsula bushfires,…
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Criminal Law
18 December 2013

Courts Clogged In a Bid For Intervention?

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Criminal Law
18 December 2013

Queensland Attorney-General Flags Mandatory Sentences Possible For More Crimes

Queensland Attorney-General Jarod Bleijie has flagged the possibility of further slashing judicial discretion with the…
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E-Conveyancing in Queensland
Consumer Law
16 December 2013

E-Conveyancing Goes Live in Queensland

Stage one of the ¬†Queensland e-conveyancing rollout has been launched. Mortgage dealings and mortgage releases…
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Family Law
12 December 2013

High Court Strikes Down ACT Same-Sex Marriage Laws

In a unanimous judgment, the High Court has ruled that the Commonwealth of Australia has…
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Criminal Law
3 December 2013

Thousands of Bikies Rally in Protest

Bikies rallied all across Australian on Sunday to protest the Queensland Anti-Bikie Legislation. Thousands reportedly…
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Family Law
1 December 2013

The Impact of Divorce on Your Children

Over the years, I've worked with many lawyers who practice solely in the area of…
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Criminal Law
29 November 2013

Lockout Laws Cut Violence by 25%

The South Australian Government has claimed its new lockout laws, which have been in force…
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Criminal Law
28 November 2013

Bikies’ Criminal Records to be Released to Journalists

In the second round of anti-bikie laws, the Queensland Police Commissioner will be granted the…
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General Law
27 November 2013

Australian Law Reform Commission Suggests A Right to Erase

The Australian Law Reform Commission has floated the idea of a right to erasure, a…
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CPI Adjustments in Contracts
Consumer Law
26 November 2013

CPI Adjustments in Contracts

CPI Adjustments, Why Telstra is Suing NBN Co. An agreement signed by Telstra Corp. Ltd.…
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