Most Recent
Appeals court overturns ban on Black Lives Matter protest
Coronavirus 2020-06-05 9:10 pm By Miklos Bolza

The Court of Appeal for the NSW Supreme Court on Saturday overturned a ruling that banned this weekend’s Black Lives Matter protest, saying the rally […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Law firm leaders reflect on lessons learned from COVID-19
Business of Law 2020-06-03 5:58 pm By Alison Eveleigh

The global pandemic has shown that the traditional law firm operating model can be transformed with speed and agility if needed. Beyond the anticipated shift […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

What the new normal will look like for lawyers as firms reopen doors
Business of Law 2020-06-02 5:50 pm By Miklos Bolza

The reopening of law firm offices in Melbourne and Sydney may still be months away but firms have given Lawyerly a glimpse of what it […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

The write way to success: Barristers’ top tips for winning written submissions
Business of Law 2020-05-26 2:20 pm By Miklos Bolza

With COVID-19 forcing courts to deal with more matters on the papers, written submissions are more important than ever and must be carefully crafted to […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Continuous disclosure laws watered down to protect companies, directors from class actions
Class Actions 2020-05-25 9:41 pm By Christine Caulfield

In its latest move aimed at shielding companies from “opportunistic class actions”, the Morrison government has announced a temporary change to the continuous disclosure rules […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

ACCC’s Rod Sims promises enforcement ramp up after litigation dry spell
Competition & Consumer Protection 2020-05-21 8:35 pm By Alison Eveleigh

A five-month litigation drought due to the difficulties of remote investigations and staff diversions during the coronavirus pandemic will end soon, ACCC chairman Rod Sims […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Lawyers to face temperature checks as NSW court moves to reopen
Coronavirus 2020-05-20 9:40 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

The NSW Supreme Court has announced a staged reopening of in-person hearings after a two-month hiatus as well as measures to mitigate the risk of […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Lawyers to kiss the daily commute goodbye: Work from home is here to stay
Business of Law 2020-05-19 10:36 pm By Alison Eveleigh

Lawyers can kiss goodbye to the daily commute because working from home, which has become the new normal during the coronavirus pandemic, is here to […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Contingency fee bill still on the agenda despite delays caused by COVID-19
Coronavirus 2020-05-19 4:20 pm By Alison Eveleigh

The Victorian bill that would allow class action lawyers to charge contingency fees remains on the agenda, despite being delayed by reduced parliamentary sittings during […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.

Court denies sick leave to Qantas workers stood down due to COVID-19
Coronavirus 2020-05-18 5:37 pm By Alison Eveleigh

Qantas employees who have been stood down due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic are not entitled to access sick leave or compassionate leave, […]

Subscribe for instant access to all Lawyerly content.

Already a subscriber?

Lost your password?

Want to test drive Lawyerly? Contact us to take a free trial.