Clauses which are too broad are unlikely to be enforceable, as they are unreasonably restrictive on the employee's ability to obtain other employment
More commercial properties will need NABERS ratings and Building Energy Efficiency Certificates from 1 July 2017. More owners and landlords must
On 14 July 2016, ASIC released ASIC Report 484: Due diligence practices in initial public offerings (REP 484). REP 484 sets out the key findings of
Recent public interest immunity cases give useful guidance for government entities who may be contemplating a claim in the future. Document
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It is important at an early stage to understand the duty of disclosure and the sources of potentially relevant documents. Disclosing documents in
The past four years have seen a number of changes to both State and Federal arbitration laws in a concerted effort to align Australian arbitration
In the high-pressure context of litigation, errors can occur, but now the High Court has ruled on whether a party can undo an inadvertent disclosure
Particulars and discovery are more likely to be ordered when needed to assist in a mediation as the provision of more accurate and complete information will facilitate rational bargaining which was more likely to lead to rational settlements.
We now know more about how the Supreme Court's new Practice Note SC Eq 11 will operate, following a forum with Chief Justice Bathurst, Chief Justice Bergin in Eq, and Justices Brereton and Hammerschlag at the Court on 30 April.