Defamation: What to do if you receive a ‘Concerns Notice’21 June 2018
It is not uncommon for an agency or agency employee to receive a concerns notice issued under the Defamation Act 2005 (Qld) (“the Act”). The objective of the concerns notice process is to resolve disputes regarding alleged defamation quickly without the need for litigation.
Catherine Jackson features in the QLS Proctor magazine11 June 2018
Senior Principal Lawyer, Catherine Jackson from the Commercial and Property Team has been featured in the June edition of Proctor.
Nywaigi People’s native title determination11 June 2018
At a hearing on Mungalla Station near Ingham in North Queensland on 20 April 2018, the Federal Court formally recognised the Nywaigi People’s native title rights and interests over almost 40,000 hectares of land and waters between Rollingstone Creek to the south, Victoria Creek to the north, east to the waters of Halifax Bay and inland to include part of the Paluma Ranges.
Ipso facto provisions to commence 1 July 201801 June 2018
The ipso facto provisions in Part 2 of Schedule 1 of the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No 2) Act 2017 (Cth) will commence on 1 July 2018.
Adam Hall featured in the QLS Proctor magazine10 May 2018
Principal Lawyer, Adam Hall from the Commercial and Property Team has been featured in the May edition of Proctor.