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Paying the price - costs implications of offers, credibility and unmeritorious arguments

Australia - February 6 2013 The appellant sued the respondents for damages in respect of injuries suffered as a result of a fall down an external stairway.Prior to trial the...

Offers of compromise and Calderbank offers in the Supreme Court of Tasmania and costs ramifications

Australia - November 14 2012 Where a party has unreasonably failed to accept a Calderbank offer, the letter of offer may be tendered in support of an application for costs and, in particular, any application for indemnity costs....

The long and winding road: interplay of MVAs and workers’ compensation in Tasmania - Cook v Buckingham 2012 TASSC 53

Australia - November 12 2012 Proceedings Two actions were taken and heard together with respect to liability arising out of the accident...

The next step ...Partridge v Hobart City Council & ors 2012 TASFC 3 delivered 27072012

Australia - September 5 2012 The plaintiff brought an action in negligence for damages for personal injuries sustained to her back, knee and hand in a fall as she descended a set of external steps on 17 June 2002....