After months of hoping and waiting, a vaccine for COVID-19 is about to arrive in Australia. A handful of Australians are expected to have received their first Pfizer jab by the end of February. The … [Read more...] about Does the Government or your Employer have legal grounds to make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory?
The NSW Government is set to scrap lockout laws in Sydney’s Kings Cross in a bid to revitalise the night-time economy. The controversial lockout laws, which were introduced in 2014 to quell alcohol … [Read more...] about NSW Government lifts Kings Cross lockout laws
In a historic Australia-first, the Federal Government has been ordered to pay compensation to 1,300 asylum seekers whose personal details were exposed online. The ruling signifies a small step … [Read more...] about Government compensation payment to 1300 asylum seekers marks unprecedented moment in Australian law
Binding Financial Agreements The Family Law Act 1975 authorises parties who are married or in a de facto relationship to create a legally binding agreement in relation to property, finances, … [Read more...] about Binding Financial Agreements – What You Need to Know
Will the seals of Confessions made at Church remain unbroken? The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has recently passed recommendations to the government for various … [Read more...] about Child Sexual Abuse Confessions: Sacred or Unsealed?
As the holiday season draws around the corner and whilst families are preparing and planning for an escape and considering cruises, there are a few details that they are unaware of. Medical … [Read more...] about Cruising Without Worries
These days, when we hear the word ‘slavery’ our thoughts revert to historical times where slavery was common and slaves were distinct in their appearances and lack of wealth and resources. Thus, it … [Read more...] about Modern Slavery – The Hidden Crime
Pursuant to the Dividing Fences Act 1991, (hereinafter referred to as “the Act”), the general principle states that the liability for costs in relation to erecting a fence is to be shared equally … [Read more...] about The Ordinary Fence – Who Owns It?