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Viva resistance – Unsuccessfully challenged the Health Minister

Teachers, health and construction workers have unsuccessfully challenged the Health Minister A group of workers made up of teachers, health and construction workers have unsuccessfully challenged the Health Minister, Brad Hazzard’s vaccine mandate, in the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The public health orders require teachers, aged care workers and health care workers to …

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Personal Injury

Be kind! The pressure on legal practitioners is all too real

September 9th was Are You Okay Day?.  Are You Okay Day is a national day dedicated to mental health and suicide prevention. Such a day has never been more important. In light of Are You Okay Day, we acknowledge the additional pressure lawyers across the state are under. Lockdown 2.0 in Sydney is entering its …

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What Personal Injury Compensation Are You Entitled To Claim?

Ask any law firm and they will tell you that personal injury compensations are the most common claims.  These claims are meant to benefit a person who has been injured due to the negligent or wrongful actions of other individuals. But given the extent of what comes under “personal injury,” there’s a lot of confusion …

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Nuisance

Public Nuisance Public nuisance is an unlawful act or omission which endangers the lives, safety, health,, property or comfort of the public or by which the public are obstructed in the exercise or enjoyment of any right common to all: Kent v Johnson (1973) To establish prima facie case of public nuisance, a private individual …

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