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'Broadcast rights do not cover internet streaming rights, says...

In brief On 28 April 2016 the Supreme Court of New South Wales delivered its judgment in WIN Corporation Pty Ltd v Nine Network Australia Pty Limited [2016] NSWSC 523. The Court held that live internet streaming is not broadcasting within the ... Lexology, 2 days ago

The importance of being ready and willing: a lesson to all vendors when seeking to terminate a contract

A recent decision handed down in the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of New South Wales, Barrack Corporations Pty Limited v Jaswil Properties Pty Limited [2016] NSWCA 32, held that a vendor could not rely on its Notice to Complete to terminate a ...
 Lexology3 weeks ago Recourse to performance bonds are not precluded by adjudication determinations under the Construction Contracts Act 2004 (WA)  Lexology1 week ago Expenses of a trustee in liquidation  Lexology4 weeks ago Statutory declaration preconditions to payment claims under construction contracts held to be invalid - NSW follows Queensland's approach  Lexology1 month ago
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Man to stand trial in NSW Supreme Court over death of toddler

A Coffs Harbour man has been committed to stand trial in the New South Wales Supreme Court on a charge of murder over the death of his partner's two-year-old daughter, and has had a related sex offence charge dismissed. At a committal hearing in ...
 ABC Online3 weeks ago Murder trial hears accused was 'just trying to do the right thing'  ABC Online2 weeks ago Jury retires to consider verdict in car park murder trial  ABC Online1 month ago Tamworth bashing death accused to stand trial  ABC Online1 month ago
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Long jail term for inside trader

The New South Wales Supreme Court has dished out one of its biggest insider trading penalties in Australian corporate history after ordering that former Hanlong Mining managing director Hui Xiao be jailed for more than eight years. It brings to an ...
 National Mining Chronicle1 month ago Sichuan Hanlong former exec Hui Xiao jailed for illegal Sundance trades in Australia  Hong Kong Standard1 month ago SUNDANCE RESOURCES : Sichuan Hanlong Group insider trader jailed in Australia  4 Traders1 month ago Sichuan Hanlong Group insider trader jailed in Australia  FOXNews.com1 month ago
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Teen suspected of terror links can be questioned under coercive powers, court rules

A teenager who asked a court to quash a summons he was issued by the New South Wales Crime Commission has failed to stop police questioning him under coercive powers. The NSW Supreme Court today ruled the teenager, who is suspected by police of ...
 ABC Online5 days ago

Former NSW minister Eddie Obeid fails to have court matter delayed

The High Court has revealed it rejected a bid by former New South Wales Labor Minister Eddie Obeid to have charges of misconduct in public office stayed. Obeid, 72, is charged over allegations about an approach to a senior NSW Maritime Authority ...
 ABC Online3 weeks ago

Court Applies the New Law on Sunset Clauses Against the Developer

In New South Wales, new legislative provisions 1 on sunset clauses in off the plan contracts of sale came in to effect on 24 November 2015. These provisions were designed to prevent a developer from unreasonably rescinding an off the plan contract ...
 Lexology1 month ago

Fifth judge appointed to ACT Supreme Court bench

Related Story: The ACT's new court precinct 'can't come soon enough' The ACT Supreme Court has gained a fifth resident judge, with New South Wales District Court Judge Michael Elkaim joining the bench. The appointment comes as the ...
 ABC Online3 hours ago March 22, 2016 New Appointment To The Supreme Court  Victorian Labor1 month ago

Talking Tax - Issue 30

Case law Summary judgment given for directors penalties of $1.7m The Queensland Supreme Court has granted the Deputy Commissioner's application for summary judgment in Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v Rablin; Deputy Commissioner of Taxation v ...
 Lexology2 weeks ago
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British Crown courts to allow TV cameras for the first time

TV cameras could be allowed into crown courts in England and Wales for the first time under a new pilot scheme proposed by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Sentencing remarks from nominated senior judges at eight courts including London's Old Bailey ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago Filming In Crown Courts Set To Be Trialled  Sky News1 month ago TV Cameras Set To Be Allowed In Crown Courts  Sky News1 month ago TV Cameras To Be Allowed In Crown Courts  Sky News1 month ago
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