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The Challenges of Product Liability - Minimising and Managing a Crisis
Tuesday, 31 March 2015

The recent frozen berry Hepatitis A scare was enough to send chills down the spines of food manufacturers and distributors across Australia!  With nationwide media coverage and reported cases of the virus spreading across the country it was a nightmare situation for the businesses involved and one that may have a...

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The Perils of Concrete – what do we do about a hard stand when ending a lease?

The person who is left to remove that hard stand area is faced with a big expense and the removal may lead to the unveil...

Coleman Greig named finalist in 2015 Australasian Law Awards

Coleman Greig has been named a finalist in the 2015 Australasian Law Awards in the category of 'Australian Boutique Firm...

I'll See You in Court – Four things to consider before litigating

In this article we look at how we can help you plan the best possible approach to dealing with a commercial dispute – on...

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Spouse Maintenance - Am I entitled to it, or will I have to pay it?

The way in which families arrange their affairs stereotypically result in one party earning a higher income than the oth...

What does bullying “at work” really mean?

For those of us working in HR, it is really important that we are clear on what constitutes bullying and in what circums...

Think before you tweet – your reputation may depend on it

Statistics suggest that every second, on average, around 6,000 tweets are tweeted on Twitter. With so many tweets, one...

Will you be ‘looked after’ when it comes to the end of your lease?

This case illustrates that when it comes to your lease, you should always have written correspondence from your landlord...