The Bar

Judge in favour of Middletons in Gullen Range caseMar 04 2013

Law firm Middletons saw victory in the Land and Environment Court on Friday as the Court approved the construction and operation of its clie

by The New Lawyer


Mar 04 2013The iPad set to solve 'mega-litigation' problem

The MacBook sat despondent while the latest zeit geist technology, the iPad, became one litigator's ...

by The New Lawyer

Mar 04 2013Victorian barrister joins Foley's list

Foley's List, one of Australia's largest and most recognised list of barristers, has a new barrister...

by The New Lawyer

Mar 04 2013Judge calls into question injury assessment

A Victorian Supreme Court judge has given hope to injured people seeking compensation after he calle...

by The New Lawyer

Mar 04 2013Future proofing the case

Counsel need to rediscover the art of proof gathering, Victorian barrister Maryanne Loughnan SC writ...

by Maryanne Loughnan SC

Rio trial puts spotlight on China's court systemMar 04 2013

Four executives from global miner Rio Tinto will stand before a judge in Shanghai today. The three-day trial brings China's judicial system ...

by Kate Gibbs

Litigation last resort for Storm investorsMar 04 2013

The regulator today said it would do what it could to avoid protracted litigation with Storm Financial. _x000D_ Deals Write comment (...

by The New Lawyer

Maurice Blackburn to see through charity caseMar 04 2013

The High Court has granted AidWatch special leave to appeal, giving the organisation the chance to run a test case to clarify the definition...

by The New Lawyer

Court approves Westpoint class action settlementMar 04 2013

The major ASIC-backed class action by Westpoint investors today saw success as the Federal Court approved a $13.5 million settlementDeals ...

by The New Lawyer

Black hearts or green cause? Vic Bar questions barristersMar 04 2013

Lawyers' good nature and eagerness to do well by others is being appealed to as the Bar launches a new good cause legal panel. Deals W...

by The New Lawyer