Low permanent impairment may not equate to low damages06 September 2016
In Martin v Andrews and Anor  QSC 020, the court awarded future economic loss of $750,000 to a person who had been assessed as having a five per cent whole person impairment, despite the fact that an occupational therapist believed the claimant could work at full capacity until retirement age and surveillance footage showed the plaintiff mobilising without apparent difficulty.
Café owner pleads guilty to offences against Food Act02 September 2016
On Friday 19 August 2016, Crown Law represented Queensland Health in a prosecution against Bella Vue TC Pty Ltd, trading as Grocer and Grind café, and its executive officer, Ms Taletha March.
Indigenous law students visit30 August 2016
Crown Law was visited recently by Indigenous law students to gain a clearer understanding of how we operate and what it might be like to work here.
Bar Barrum People’s native title claims #2, #3, #4 and #622 August 2016
The Federal Court and parties including State representatives travelled to Dimbulah in North Queensland on 10 June 2016 for the consent determinations of native title in four of the Bar Barrum People’s native title determination applications, covering areas of land and waters on the Atherton Tableland in and around the Walsh River.
Darumbal People recognised as native title holders22 August 2016
On 21 June 2016, Collier J determined by consent the native title rights of the Darumbal People over part of their claim area which includes the Commonwealth training facility at Shoalwater Bay.