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Our practice areas include commercial law, drafting agreements such as software licences, leases, shareholder agreements, sale of share agreements, commercial and general litigation…

IT Industry

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High Court summaries

Today the High Court granted special leave to appeal, and allowed an appeal, from a decision of the Full Court of the Supreme Court of South Australia, which had held that its supervisory jurisdiction did not extend to judicial review of determinations of the Industrial Relations Commission of South Australia ("the Commission") that the Commission lacked jurisdiction.
Wed, Jul 11, 2012, Continue reading at the source
Today the High Court by majority dismissed an appeal by Trent Nathan King against two convictions under s 318(1) of the Crimes Act 1958 (Vic) (“the Act”) for “culpable driving causing death”. The Court held that there was no miscarriage of justice in the way in which alternative verdicts for the lesser offence of “dangerous driving causing death” under s 319(1) of the Act were left to the trial jury.
Wed, Jun 20, 2012, Continue reading at the source
Today the High Court, by majority, held that a funding agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and Scripture Union Queensland ("SUQ") for the provision of chaplaincy services at a State school in Queensland ("the Funding Agreement") is invalid. A majority of the Court also held that payments made by the Commonwealth to SUQ under the Funding Agreement were not supported by s 61 of the Constitution.
Wed, Jun 20, 2012, Continue reading at the source
On 20 April 2012, the High Court allowed an appeal by Kinza Clodumar from the Supreme Court of Nauru. A majority of the High Court held that, on appeal from the Supreme Court of Nauru, the High Court may receive evidence that was not before the Supreme Court, where that evidence was not discoverable by the exercise of reasonable diligence on the part of the party seeking now to adduce the evidence. Today, the High Court published its reasons for allowing the appeal.
Wed, Jun 20, 2012, Continue reading at the source
Today the High Court by majority dismissed an appeal from the Full Court of the Supreme Court of South Australia, which had held that a husband could be guilty of rape of his wife in 1963.
Wed, May 30, 2012, Continue reading at the source
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