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High Court Decision handed down in Comcare v Banerji The High Court of Australia has handed down its verdict in the matter of Comcare v Banerji. The case involved a Department of Immigration and Border Protection employee tweeting anonymously over 9,000 times about...
What Are The Inherent Risks Of Going Completely Digital? Pace Lawyers and Adelaide Legal has set itself the target of becoming a paperless office by 2020. Part of this transition involves adopting the use of electronic signatures (or e-signatures) as a means of...
Implications of Pastina Pty Ltd v Hosanna Excelsis One Universal Church Inc A recent Supreme Court judgment involving Hosanna Excelsis One Universal Church Inc’s head office in Adelaide and its landlord, Pastina Pty Ltd could have wide reaching consequences for...
What is derivative action? Derivative action is generally an action brought by the company against a director for a breach of duty, but where a company cannot or does not bring that action, the court allows the members to bring the action on behalf of the company....
On 26 February 2019 the ACCC released its Compliance and Enforcement Policy and Priorities for 2019. The policy outlines what the ACCC aims to focus on this year. It ranges from Cartel Conduct to Customer Loyalty Schemes, encompassing a wide range of issues that can...
Introduction Australian state and territory Work Health and Safety and Road Safety authorities, the National Heavy vehicle Regulator and other key stakeholders have collaborated to develop a single, cohesive Work Health and Safety guide. This Guide is for firms,...
In the press
Future Proofing SA – SALife
Arts Internship Brochure – The University of Adelaide
A Passion for the Law: SA Telstra Business Women’s Award Winner Serina Pace
Serina’s Acceptance Speech
Telstra Business Women’s Award
Contract, Not Policy, Key to Policing
More Opportunities to Climb to
Top of Ladder
Retention of Title Arrangements
Serina’s Thoughtful Change of Pace
Right Time, Right Place