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What is Discovery?

Filed under: Civil Litigation, All court work

Discovery is a compulsory legal process in civil litigation, where each party to the legal proceeding must provide relevant documents to each other party,...

Pre-Action Discovery – Where You Want To Sue But Don’t Have Enough Information To Decide

Filed under: Court Appearances, Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation, Disputes and Litigation

A decision to commence legal proceedings is not to be taken lightly, and must be based on evidence which actually supports the proposed cause of action...

Contributory Negligence: The law helps those that help themselves (and reduces damages for those that don’t)

Filed under: Negligence, Civil Litigation

A recent decision in the New South Wales Supreme Court saw the plaintiff sue a church in relation to injuries she sustained after falling down a flight...

Supermarket not liable for slip in shopping centre common area

Filed under: Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation

In this Alert, Senior Associate Brooke Jacobs and Solicitor Elizabeth Harvey examine the recent decision ofWoolworths Ltd v Ryder [2014] NSWCA 223, in...


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