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Date posted: 06/07/2017
A round up of events in June 2017 Read more
Date posted: 09/06/2017
Jing Wang has joined Hunt & Hunt Victoria as China Practice Leader. Read more
Date posted: 30/05/2017
Electronic conveyancing update In this update – A National Mortgage Form about to be rolled out and Full steam ahead to implement an electronic environment. Read more
Date posted: 26/04/2017
Corporate Livewire has named Hunt & Hunt Partner Nick Miller as the Corporate Livewire Australian M&A Lawyer of the Year. Read more
Date posted: 11/04/2017
9 recent articles from Russell Wiese on Customs and Global Trade matters Read more
Date posted: 20/12/2016
Avni v Visy Industrial Plastics Pty Ltd [2016] NSWWCCPD 46 (16 September 2016) Read more
Date posted: 06/12/2016
Partner Bill Hazlett and Associate Andrew Sinclair from our Melbourne office discuss what you need to know about estate and succession planning in Victoria. Read more
Date posted: 27/10/2016
In the District Court of NSW the plaintiff claimed damages for negligence having sustained significant injuries to her lower legs and left elbow when she fell at the defendant’s residential premises in 2013. The defendant was a deaf and partially blind 92-year-old woman who owned and occupied the house. The plaintiff was employed by the Clarence Valley Council Community Support Services as a support worker and was at the time undertaking a regular ‘safety check’ on the defendant. Read more
Date posted: 14/08/2016
The Victorian Court of Appeal has held in Timbercorp Finance Pty Ltd (In Liquation) (‘Timbercorp’) v Collins (‘Collins’) and Tomes (‘Tomes’) [2016] VSCA 128 that parties who participated in the unsuccessful class action against Timbercorp are not precluded from pleading their individual defences in response to recovery proceedings instituted by Timbercorp. The result is that Timbercorp now face the prospect of defending over 1000 individual claims. Read more
Date posted: 22/06/2016
At recent industry events the Australian Border Force (ABF) shared its customs compliance focus for the coming year. An area that has been earmarked for attention is customs valuation. The ABF are focusing on costs, in addition to the invoice price, which need to be included in the customs value. Below we set out what you as an importer can do to limit the risk of customs non-compliance. Read more
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