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A practical guide for using the personal property and securities register (“PPSR”)

Australia - December 17 2018 In 2006, there were over 70 pieces of legislation regulating personal property securities in Australia. Each statute exhibited disparate priority...

Amelia Hagley.

The Hague Conference on Private International Law

Netherlands, Global - November 28 2018 Private international law plays an integral role in governing and resolving cross border disputes. In a global community that is composed of vast and...

Nicole Rademeyer.

Are Diplomats Above The Law? Lifting The Veil Of Diplomatic and Foreign State Immunity

Australia - October 4 2018 Diplomatic and consular immunity originated from ancient Roman and Greek state practice and gained global recognition...

Nicole Rademeyer.

Cyberbullying laws in Australia

Australia - August 16 2018 Cyberbullying is emerging as a significant legal issue of growing national and international importance. In today’s digital age, the once distinct...

Nicole Rademeyer.

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Lebanon

Lebanon - August 14 2018 A foreign judgment can be enforced in Lebanon pursuant to a grant of exequatur (recognition) by the Lebanese Civil Court of Appeal provided the...

Nicole Rademeyer.