Monthly Archives: February 2017

The purpose of this newsletter is to provide government lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation. We intend it to be a useful resource for government lawyers. With this in mind, we welcome feedback or suggestions for areas of interest at any time. View PDF below to load newsletter.

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The purpose of this Newsletter is to provide government lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation. We intend it to be a useful resource for government lawyers.

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Senior Associate, Ebru Davidson, assisted by Graduate Lawyer, Sarah Kensell, advised ePlus Global Limited (ePlus) on its compliance listing on the National Stock Exchange of Australia (NSX). ePlus engineers transformative technology solutions for the most visionary companies in the world, including Coca Cola, Harley Davidson, Shell and Hard Rock Café.  Listing on the NSX was an important […]

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The purpose of this newsletter is to provide government lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation. We intend it to be a useful resource for government lawyers. With this in mind, we welcome feedback or suggestions for areas of interest at any time. View PDF below to load newsletter.

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Thomson Geer Partner, Josh Simons, and Lawyer, George Lukic, have successfully acted for Harcourts SA in a matter against Ouwens Casserly Real Estate. Judgment was handed down in Harcourts’ favour on 3 February 2017 in the District Court of South Australia, with the defendant being ordered to pay damages and costs to our client (with […]

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This week, Thomson Geer partner, Adam Brooks, stood side by side with Big Issue vendor, Darren, selling copies of The Big Issue in the Melbourne CBD, to help shine a spotlight on homeless and disadvantaged men and women who are working to improve their lives and re-enter employment. Vendors buy copies of The Big Issue […]

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Executive summary The Crown’s immunity from suit for torts is removed by s 23(1)(b) Crown Proceedings Act 1958 (Act), which establishes the Crown’s vicarious liability for breaches by its servants, agents or contractors. The Act does not remove the Crown’s immunity for personal liability. His Honour Justice Keogh drew on the historical context of the […]

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The purpose of this Newsletter is to provide government lawyers with a digestible and relevant snapshot of current news, case law and legislation. We intend it to be a useful resource for government lawyers.

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