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.
R 14.12 of the Uniform Civil Procedure Rules 2005 (NSW) (UCPR) (all references are to the UCPR unless otherwise stated) allows for a
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
This update is the second part in the BBW Lawyers’ series considering the COVID-19 crisis and its practical effect on commerce in Australia.
Firstly, from all the team here at BBW Lawyers, we hope you, your families and your team, are safe and well.
The effects of Covid-19, more widely referred to as coronavirus, are being experienced worldwide, with new cases reported daily.
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.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) recently initiated proceedings
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
The decision in Hamad
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.