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Piper Alderman

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Indemnity clauses in commercial contracts: how to achieve desired contractual risk allocation

Australia - June 7 2011 An indemnity clause is a contractual transfer of risk between two contractual parties generally to prevent loss or compensate for a loss which may occur as a result of a specified event

Medicinal Cannabis Update: Insight from the Regulators

Australia - July 18 2016 Deputy Secretary of the Health Products Regulation Group (HPRG) in the Department of Health, John Skerritt, and the Head of the Office of Drug

Supreme Court Confirms Principles for Validity of Copy of Lost Will

Australia - July 15 2016 On Wednesday 29 June, Justice Stanley of the Supreme Court of South Australia upheld an application brought by Piper Alderman's Private Client

Stop the Press! Important Changes to Triple S Super Regulations

Australia - July 19 2016 Previously, members of Triple S Super have had no discretion to decide how they would like their superannuation funds to be paid upon their death

Removing a terrible Caretaker - Why climbing Mt. Everest may be easier

Australia - July 12 2016 Removing a terrible Caretaker - Why climbing Mt. Everest may be easier In Queensland, caretaking and letting rights are big business. People pay

Stop the Press! Important Changes to Triple S Super Regulations

Australia - July 19 2016 Previously, members of Triple S Super have had no discretion to decide how they would like their superannuation funds to be paid upon their death

Medicinal Cannabis Update: Insight from the Regulators

Australia - July 18 2016 Deputy Secretary of the Health Products Regulation Group (HPRG) in the Department of Health, John Skerritt, and the Head of the Office of Drug

Supreme Court Confirms Principles for Validity of Copy of Lost Will

Australia - July 15 2016 On Wednesday 29 June, Justice Stanley of the Supreme Court of South Australia upheld an application brought by Piper Alderman's Private Client

Removing a terrible Caretaker - Why climbing Mt. Everest may be easier

Australia - July 12 2016 Removing a terrible Caretaker - Why climbing Mt. Everest may be easier In Queensland, caretaking and letting rights are big business. People pay

Removing a terrible Caretaker - Why climbing Mt. Everest may be easier

Australia - July 12 2016 In Queensland, caretaking and letting rights are big business. People pay millions for those rights. Equally, some Bodies Corporate pay millions to