A tragic tale of domestic violence required the Court to determine whether the forfeiture rule prevented the wife from inheriting the husband's estate.
A case involving fraud, constructive trusts, knowing assistance and receipt, agency, change of position, indefeasibility of title, in personam exceptions, tracing issues and more.
Titan Enterprises (Qld) Pty Ltd v Cross confirms that the privilege afforded to Trade Mark Attorneys is not as broad as legal professional privilege.
In a decision which will be welcomed by insolvency practitioners the NSW Court of Appeal overturned last year’s liquidator’s remuneration decision of Brereton J in the Sakr case.
Registration sought for the mark BALÉ opposed pursuant to s 41 TMA on the grounds that the mark is a geographic indicator.
This decision is welcome news for those pushing for a different approach to fixing penalties in the consumer law arena.
Re Southern Riverina Dairy Group Pty Ltd (Administrators appointed)  VSC 4 provides a useful summary of key legal principles that guide courts in granting such extensions.
Martin Scott QC and Matthew Townsend successfully represent Melbourne Health & the Department of Health and Human Services in VCAT
Martin Scott QC acts for the Commonwealth in Federal Court trial over the grounding of the Shen Neng 1 causing the largest known damage to the Great Barrier Reef by a ship.
The Supreme Court has refused an application to modify a single dwelling covenant to allow a 21 apartment development in Thomastown