Court Practice & Litigation
ESG is a hot topic! To support the fight against climate change, forward- thinking entities and lawyers should consider including climate-aligned clauses in commercial agreements.
Practical Law Australia In-house has published two new Toolkits, focusing on legal department operations and confidentiality.
Practical Law Dispute Resolution has published a suite of new resources that will be of interest to litigators (law firm and in-house) practising in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland and Western Australia. These resources provide comprehensive guidance on trial practice and...
Practical Law Dispute Resolution has published a legal update summarising key changes to the UCPR 1999 (Qld) that practitioners should be aware of in relation to a new preliminary disclosure procedure, access to exhibits and expert evidence.
Mining union’s bid to leave CFMMEU and final determinations in Casual Terms Award Review – these and other industrial cases are soon to be published in the law reports.
Australian Business Law Review update: Vol 49 Pt 4; Australian Tax Review update: Vol 50 Pt 3; Journal of Banking and Finance Law and Practice update: Vol 32 Pt 3; Journal of Civil Litigation and Practice update: Vol 10 Pt 2
Which criminal cases have been published in the latest parts? Find out here, with a list of the reported cases now available on Westlaw Australia.
Practical Law Dispute Resolution has released new resources providing comprehensive guidance on evidence principles, practice and procedure in Victoria.
Which cases have been published in the latest parts of these authorised law reports? Find out here, with a list of the reported cases now available on Westlaw Australia.
Which cases have been published in the latest parts? Find out here, with a list of the reported cases now available on Westlaw Australia.
On 8 September 2021, the High Court in Fairfax Media Publications Pty Ltd v Voller  HCA 27 dismissed an appeal by several Australian media outlets, finding they were publishers of allegedly defamatory third-party comments on their Facebook pages.
Which High Court cases have been published in the latest part? Find out here, with a list of the reported cases now available on Westlaw Australia.