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"One of Queensland’s most successful businessmen, power baron Trevor St Baker, and his son Philip have been hit with a law suit from a former executive claiming he was sacked after exposin­g corporate misconduct at the publicly listed company they once ran.

Kent Quinlan...

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This era of high dissatisfaction and overblown outrage has witnessed the rise of ‘Karens’. They are easily offended, difficult to deal with, frequently want to complain to the manager, and know the price of everything and the value of nothing. They won’t let pesky facts stand in the way of their ...

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Outside of the legal realm, telling your side of the story at the earliest opportunity may be often a good idea. But in legal matters, things work very differently. In many situations, saying less is better than saying more, and saying nothing at all is better than saying anything.

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The distinction between solicitors and barristers is a traditional feature of English legal systems, including Australia’s.
There are many aspects to the solicitor-barrister relationship. In some ways the relationship is symbiotic.

However, two Discipline Applications brought against solicitors...

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APPEAL BAIL REFUSED FOR KLEENMAID DIRECTOR DESPITE COVID-19 RISKS

Former Kleenmaid director Andrew Eric Young was convicted after a trial of two counts of fraud with circumstances of aggravation and 17 counts of insolvent trading. Prior to trial the Mental Health Court held he was fit for trial ...

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CARDINAL GEORGE PELL INTERVIEW WITH ANDREW BOLT

Andrew Bolt interviews Cardinal George Pell about his convictions  for indecent dealing and subsequent acquittals in a unanimous High Court that resoundingly re-affirmed the presumption of innocence and the criminal standard of proof.

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GEORGE PELL CONVICTIONS QUASHED ON APPEAL TO HIGH COURT

In December 2018, controversial Catholic Church Cardinal George Pell was convicted by a jury of one count of sexual penetration of a child under the age of 16 and four counts of an indecent act with a child under the age of 16 over allegati...

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DISTRICT COURT PERMANENTLY STAYS VOLKERS PROSECUTION

The District Court has decided to not allow charges of indecent dealing to proceed due to the long history and unreasonable delays in the matter.

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Despite the Coronavirus wreaking havoc, we are pleased to inform you that it is still business as usual for us. Our office remains open Monday-Friday each week, but we are willing to see people via Skype or some other form of videoconferencing if preferred. While some other law firms are afraid o...

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