United Petroleum Pty Ltd v McGrathNicol Advisory Partnership  VSC 239
While a solicitor has a primary duty to advance client interests, there is a paramount duty to the court not to do anything that interferes with the administration of justice.
A paper on the use of statutory misleading and deceptive conduct claims to fortify a common law claim for breach of contract
Advanced Fuels Technology v Blythe & Ors (Application to re-open plaintiff’s case)  VSC 250
While screenshots are useful in the Trade Marks Office where the rules of evidence do not apply, caution is required when seeking to rely on this type of evidence in Court.
Many fans and critics noticed the similarity between Taurus and Stairway to Heaven, focusing on the plucked guitar arpeggios in the opening of each song.
Ed Heerey QC regularly presents seminars on topics that relate to the area of intellectual property law
Re Amerind confirms that trust property is not susceptible to the statutory priority regime in ss 433 and 556 of the Corporations Act.
Survey evidence is often easy to criticise but very hard to exclude.
A tragic tale of domestic violence required the Court to determine whether the forfeiture rule prevented the wife from inheriting the husband's estate.