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It matters on which side of the fence you fall
In this matter, the question before the Court was whether the Plaintiff's injury arose out of or in the course of employment or whether his injury was incidental to his employment.
Gadens in Melbourne appoints former KPMG partner to its Corporate Advisory and Tax Group
Gadens in Melbourne is pleased to announce the appointment of Peter Poulos as a Partner in its Corporate Advisory & Tax Group.
Inadvertent Waiver of Privileged Documents
On 6 November 2013, the High Court handed down a unanimous decision in the matter of Expense Reduction Analysts Pty Ltd & Ors v Armstrong Strategic Management and Marketing Pty Ltd & Ors.
Dispute Resolution Law Firm of the Year in Australia
Gadens is proud to announce that we have been named Dispute Resolution Law Firm of the Year in Australia in the 2013 International Global Law Experts Awards.
Changing it up in Planning
Amendments to the Planning and Environment Act (Vic), the release of Plan Melbourne, residential zone reforms, recent judicial guidance regarding restrictive covenants and the introduction of legislation affecting the East West Link.
“Community standards” plays a key part in unconscionable conduct: the Full Court’s decision in ACCC v Lux Distributors
On 15 August 2013, the Full Federal Court handed down its judgment in Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Lux Distributors Pty Ltd  FCAFC 90, overturning the Federal Court’s decision
Misleading Conduct in Pre-contractual Commercial Negotiations
When does the promotion of a commercial opportunity risk being misleading? When does information need to be disclosed in commercial negotiations in order to avoid engaging in misleading conduct?
Gadens Reconciliation Action Plan in action: getting centred
From 27 August to 31 August 2012 eight of our Solicitors visited the remote Lilla Aboriginal community in the Watarrka National Park, approximately 10km from King’s Canyon in Central Australia.
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New CEO for Gadens in Melbourne to focus hard on happiness
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Gadens' Brisbane office interiors lauded by design world
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We’ll skip the race to tie banks’ hands on property debt
Governments and central banks have more than one ‘monetary ..
NSW planning reforms set to tumble like a house of cards??
In a stunning turn of events, after two and a half years of ..
Disclaimer of leases following Willmott Forests – the picture ..
Today the High Court of Australia handed down a decision ..
PAMDA changes revealed
An end to what one Queensland judge has described as the ..
Dual Currency Loans – the Bank successfully resists defence ..
The recent judgment of Justice Stevenson of the NSW Supreme ..
Apportionment of Loss: An exception to the general principle
Following an identity fraud, the Civil Liability Act 2002 ..
Doing Business in Australia
Doing Business in Australia has been designed to assist ..
Getting the Deal Through - Mining 2013 (Australia & PNG)
Gadens’ Head of Energy & Resources Kym Livesley and senior ..
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