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This update is the third part in the BBW Lawyers’ series considering the COVID-19 crisis and its effects on Commercial Law, and Legal and Debt Recoveries.

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R 14.12 of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005 (NSW) (UCPR) (all references are to the UCPR unless otherwise stated) allows for a

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The Local Court of NSW is inundated with motions to set aside default judgments from defendants often claiming that service was not effected, or that first time the ju

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This update is the second part in the BBW Lawyers’ series considering the COVID-19 crisis and its practical effect on commerce in Australia.

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Firstly, from all the team here at BBW Lawyers, we hope you, your families and your team, are safe and well.

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The effects of Covid-19, more widely referred to as coronavirus, are being experienced worldwide, with new cases reported daily. 

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The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability has now formally commenced, with the final Letters Patent and Terms of Reference released.

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently initiated proceedings

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The threshold applies to an employee’s annual rate of earnings and includes wages, any amounts applied or dealt with on the employee’s behalf and the agreed value of any non-monetary fringe benefit

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The decision means employers with a lesser share of common law liability will pay a greater proportion of a Plaintiff’s loss through unrecoverable WC payments.