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Publication
27 September 2016

On Thursday, 22 September 2016 the Court of Appeal handed down its unanimous decision in Gulic ats Boral Transport Pty Limited & Anor dismissing the Claimant's Appeal, ordering him to pay Boral's costs, and dismissing the workers’ compensation insurer’s recovery claim against Boral. The decision is another successful defence of the Boral group of companies by Matthew Gerathy and although specific to its facts, highlights the Court of Appeal accepting the defence based upon the proper construction and application of the content and scope of a head contractor’s duty of care to a subcontractor’s employee, and the evidence called on behalf of Boral relating to breach.

News
23 September 2016

Raymon Anderson, Senior Associate in the firm's Dispute Resolution group is a member of The Law Society of NSW's Young Lawyers network and is urging all young lawyers to get involved. In the following video he talks about the benefits and the endless development opportunities that this network offers to young lawyers. 

Click here to view the video.

Publication
20 September 2016

As a Charity and Not-For-Profit (NFP) you rely heavily on your goodwill and reputation.  It is therefore crucial for you to protect your names and brands, and this can be achieved by way of trade mark protection. We have compiled a list of five points you should consider if your are thinking about registering a trade mark for your Charity or NFP. 

Publication
15 September 2016

During the course of advising charities and not-for-profit organisations over many years, we have noticed some common issues that are important to our clients. This month we will deal with the topic of governance.

Publication
by Bill d'Apice and Belinda Marsh
20 September 2016

As a Charity and Not-For-Profit (NFP) you rely heavily on your goodwill and reputation.  It is therefore crucial for you to protect your names and brands, and this can be achieved by way of trade mark protection. We have compiled a list of five points you should consider if your are thinking about registering a trade mark for your Charity or NFP. 

Publication
by Bill d'Apice
13 September 2016

Procurement decisions are made by charities and not-for-profits regularly and can be the source of problems and expense if you don't get the decisions right. 

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