Jumping castles, otherwise known as bouncy castles or inflatable trampolines, are a firm favourite at fetes, birthday parties, beer gardens – and even in pools.
Of course, like any form of fun, they have their hazards.
Our legal experts will keep you up to date on all relevant and current developments.
From 1 January 2021 new insolvency regimes will be introduced which will involve:
We are delighted to launch SERIES 2: Legal Lockdown. In this first episode of the season, Adriana Giometti speaks with Amanda J. Scott, internationally recognised stress management expert and author of the New York Times reviewed ‘Create Success From Stress’. Amanda discusses her signature methods of managing and maintaining inner-strength.
Recently, an employer's non-delegable duty to take reasonable steps to protect an employee from psychiatric harm was re-examined in Zagi Kozarov v State of Victoria  VSC 78.
The temporary measures put in place by the Government in March this year which:
have now been extended until 31 December 2020.
As property lawyers, we are often asked about what is happening in the property market. We are currently living in time of great uncertainty, with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting not only how we go about our daily lives, but also the economy – in a significant way. With this said, and despite what you may hear, the Eastern Suburbs’ housing market continues to strengthen – much of which stems from a chronic shortage of listings, combined with low interest rates.
Two new laws have been passed to restore public confidence in the NSW building industry and to stop 'dodgy' builders and developers:
The laws are part of the reforms promised by the NSW government in order to improve the quality of construction and provide better protections for consumers against non-compliance within the building sector.
On 27 August 2020, in what seems to be the first Australian decision of its kind, Her Honour Judge Gibson considered the meaning of the “zipper face” emoji in the context of defamation.
Recent reports that former NRL player Benny Elias was scammed out of $860,000 when hackers impersonated his lawyer during a property transaction come as an important reminder to be extra careful when transferring money online.
Catch Holman Webb Chief Marketing and Client Relations Officer Adriana Giometti in the latest episode of the Club of United Business 'Catching up with CUB' Podcast as she chats to CUB CEO Daniel Hakim to discuss: