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.
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