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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The law of lawyers bills in Commonwealth jurisdictions originated and developed from England. The earliest legislation with respect to the bills of lawyers was passed in England, and from there emerged the early case law which interpreted the legislation.
The earliest cases dealt with bills that ...

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It is a well established principle in the law of negligence that a defendant should only have to take precautions against reasonably forseeable risks to others. Reasonable forseeability can be contrasted with risks that are “far fetched or fanciful”.

The 2013 Queensland Court of Appeal cases of ...

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Why did she do it?

Why did she betray her own clients, many of whom are extremely dangerous, egregiously breach legal ethics and throw the #legalprofession in #Victoria into disrepute?

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Bangalow lawyer Owen Hughes successfully sued for sexual harassment

Junior/trainee solicitor Catherine Mia Hill began working with Owen Hughes’ Bangalow based law firm Beesley and Hughes Lawyers in May 2015. The evidence showed that that he thought Hill was attractive, wanted to be in a relation...

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Judge McGill SC goes out in a blaze of glory in appeal decision

Judge John McGill SC has been a stalwart of the District Court for over 20 years. His final judgment, an appeal against a decision of Magistrate Suzette Coates, has made him leave the bench with a bang and not a whimper.

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Claimant loses injury case for being out of contact to his solicitors

A 2015 District Court of Queensland decision demonstrates the importance of personal injury claimants keeping in contact with their solicitors and complying with their obligations at law. This decision was subsequently upheld...

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William John Randall was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland on 9 June 1981. He never practised as a solicitor, and never held a practising certificate. He was however appointed a Magistrate in 1985 and served for a long time in the small claims tribunal until his retiremen...

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