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Moulis Legal | Australia | 27 May 2020

Taking the fun out of fundraising

In the wake of the 2019/20 Australian Bushfire crisis, comedian Celeste Barber took to Facebook to launch her NSW RFS bushfire fundraiser, with the…
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Barry.Nilsson. Lawyers | Australia | 25 May 2020

Victims of historical abuse receive damages: Court assesses an appropriate award and apportions damages as between a perpetrator and their employer

Two decisions relevant to historical abuse claims were recently handed down. In one, the New South Wales District Court was asked to assess damages…
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Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia | Australia | 23 May 2020

Law on Choking, Strangulating and Suffocating in NSW

A man from New South Wales' Hunter region has been charged after allegedly choking a five-year-old boy in an incident of domestic violence. According…
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Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia | Australia | 23 May 2020

A Guide on the Law on Using a Mobile Phone While Driving in NSW

The message about the dangers of using your mobile phone while driving may not be getting through to motorists, or so it seems. Indeed, across…
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Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia | Australia | 22 May 2020

What is the Charge of Property Suspected of Being Proceeds of Crime in NSW?

A man has been charged after crashing his car in the south west of New South Wales which directed police to the discovery of him allegedly possessing…
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Mills Oakley | Australia | 22 May 2020

The (Low) bar has been raised - NSW overhauls the law on 'physical commencement' and the implications for your development consent

A critical amendment to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 (‘EPA Reg’) has been introduced which in effect has overhauled the…
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 22 May 2020

TGIF 29 May 2020: “Not worth the wait” : Court orders DOCAs be terminated with deed funds remitted to liquidators.

Court has ruled a director’s resolution to appoint liquidators valid despite an express prohibition in the DOCA.
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Holding Redlich | Australia | 21 May 2020

New Orders for Construction Sites in NSW

Two key legislative updates affecting building sites have been implemented due to COVID-19:…
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Lindsay Taylor Lawyers | Australia | 20 May 2020

A reminder when dealing with copyright material under the GIPA Act

The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal has again dealt with a dispute concerning public access to copyright material under the Government…
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Mills Oakley | Australia | 19 May 2020

COVID-19 now stops the 'clock' on lapsing of development consents and the expiry of appeal rights

On 14 May 2020, the NSW Parliament assented to the COVID-19 Legislation Amendment (Emergency Measures—Attorney General) Act 2020 No 5 (‘Miscellaneous…
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