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Lawyer’s Guide To The Commercial Dispute Resolution Process In Court

Filed under: Dispute Resolution

Most people see the commercial dispute resolution process in Court as mysterious, bewildering and complex. So I’ve put together the following Lawyer’s...

What are my rights if I feel my lawyer has overcharged me for my matter?

Filed under: Dispute Resolution, Compensation Law, Criminal Law Matters, Litigation and dispute resolution, Alternative Dispute Resolution

The majority of people working within the legal profession are undoubtedly ethical and will represent the needs of their clients to the best of their abilities....

Rights and interests under contracts of insurance

Filed under: Dispute Resolution, Insurance

Until now, litigation arising from motor vehicle collisions also known as ‘Crash ‘n’ Bash’ litigation instigated more often than not, by the Insurer of...

Negotiation in resolving fencing disputes with neighbours

Filed under: Building & Construction law, Dispute Resolution, Building a Home

Negotiation in resolving fencing disputes with neighbours

The Law and Neighbours who are a Nuisance

Filed under: Anti-Social Laws, Dispute Resolution

Many of us fantasise living next to a neighbour that’ll bring us delicious baked goods on a regular basis and is so quiet that we hardly notice that they’re...

Parramatta Local Multi-Court Complex Re-Opens

Filed under: Court Appearances, Divorce, Dispute Resolution

The Parramatta Local Court multi-court complex will officially re-open on 13 July 2009 and Nyman Gibson Stewart ( are poised and ready...

Law Council encourages family lawyers to stay away from court

Filed under: Divorce, Children, Separation, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Agreements, Dispute Resolution, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

The Law Council of Australia (LCA) has supported a new project encouraging parties to family law disputes to consider out-of-court means of resolving ...

Out-of-court litigation

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Dispute Resolution

Lawyers may find themselves increasingly out of court, with Federal Attorney-General Phillip Ruddock broadening dispute powers so more people can "embrace"...

Civil penalty and disqualification orders: An overview of the Vizard case

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Corporations Law, Dispute Resolution

This article considers the implications of the successful proceedings for civil penalties and a disqualification order brought by the Australian Securities...


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