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  1. Legal news
    16 July 2018
    An Overview of Enforcing Foreign Judgments in Australia

    Foreign judgments may be enforced in Australia under the Foreign Judgments Act 1991 or, if that Act does not apply, pursuant to common law principles.

  2. Legal news
    16 July 2018
    Masters v Cameron – always a timely reminder

    The principles set out in Masters v Cameron are as relevant today as they were when the case was decided by the High Court in 1954. As a recent case shows, the principles are particularly relevant when negotiating a ...

  3. Legal news
    12 August 2019
    Australia: Digital Platforms and Responding to the 'fake news' crisis

    The ACCC's Final Report in the Digital Platforms Inquiry recommends that digital platforms with more than one million monthly active users in Australia should implement an industry code of conduct to govern the handling ...

  4. Legal news
    06 September 2017
    Australia signs the Mauritius Convention

    On 18 July 2017, Australia became the first state in the Asia-Pacific region to sign the United Nations Convention on Transparency in Treaty-based Investor-State Arbitration

  5. Legal news
    06 September 2017
    Aggression, Artifice, and Optimisation: NSW Court of Appeal Case Note

    In Oneflare Pty Ltd v Chernih [2017] NSWCA 195 the Supreme Court of New South Wales Court of Appeal considered an agreement for the provision of search engine optimisation services to improve a website’s ranking in ...

  6. Legal news
    24 April 2018
    Take Notice! Getting Termination Notices Right

    This article looks at the requirements for giving an effective notice of termination.

  7. Legal news
    24 April 2018
    Recent UK case serves as timely reminder to Australian lawyers of the importance of the basic principles for client legal privilege

    The England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division) has recently provided Australian lawyers with a timely reminder that client legal privilege does not extend to communications with third parties, though there are ...