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Corporate & Commercial| 09 Jun 2021
The Victorian Government has recently made many of the temporary processes and procedures implemented in response to COVID-19 permanent, with the commencement of the Justice Legislation Amendment (System Enhancements and Other Matters) Act 2021 (Vic).
Health & Community| 12 Feb 2021
With the current debate on whether or not COVID-19 vaccines should become mandatory and vaccination programs underway in many countries, the question arises – who should be responsible for adverse events in relation to the vaccines?
Turnaround & Corporate Renewal| 18 Nov 2020
While most of our attention this year has been focused on the COVID-19 situation, the trade difficulties that have been unfolding between Australia and our leading importer, China, have escalated.
Litigation & Dispute Resolution| 11 Nov 2020
In the wake of Justice Robb’s decision to grant relief against forfeiture in the Sneakerboy decision, Justice Stevenson recently refused a similar application by a commercial tenant for the reinstatement of its lease.
Health & Community| 06 Nov 2020
The vaccination debate used to be about the rights of parents to decide. But there are wider public health considerations. Has the vaccination debate shifted? Where do the human rights of the individual fit with social responsibility and obligation?