Default Judgements: To Review or Not to Review, that is the Question…

This article is written in the spirit of collegiality as a practical guide for practitioners considering whether to review an erroneous Default Judgment. UCPR Rule [...]

Balancing Freedom of Expression and Political Communication – The New Model Defamation Provisions

Australia’s defamation laws have long been criticised as being of little benefit. In Queensland, the Defamation Act 2005 (Qld) has been in effect since 2006 [...]

e-Alert: Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Australia

With increased uncertainty in a coronavirus world, it has never been more important for international creditors to be aware of the most effective way to [...]