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Effect of Family Violence in Property Proceedings

Since being handed down on 27 February 2017, in the Full Court of the Family Court, the decision of Britt & Britt has had the potential to significantly impact the way that evidence in property matters, relating to family violence, is treated and therefore, how it’s admitted in evidence.

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Is Snapchat Right For Your Business?

Your business tweets terrifically, is on fire with Facebook and ingenious on Instagram but when it comes to Snapchat, you’re in the dark. So what is Snapchat, and should you be jumping on board?

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Is Your Lease Valid? Make Sure the Rent Review Provisions are Correct

When a tenant decides to exercise an option, the lease usually contains a mechanism for how their rent is to be determined, and once this is determined, would be payable from the start of the option lease…But what happens in situations where the rent review provisions are deemed void under the Retail Leases Act?

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Coleman Greig celebrates 90 years

This year sees Coleman Greig Lawyers celebrate our 90th anniversary as Western Sydney’s leading law firm. With such an outstandingly rich timeline behind us, the firm is set to celebrate with a year-long walk down memory lane.

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Cyberbullying: An Employer’s Response Spot On

In a recent Queensland District Court decision, Robinson v Lorna Jane (Judge Koppenol, 3 November 2017), Ms Robinson made a common law claim for psychological and physical injuries, which she claimed arose from her employment between July and December 2012 as the manager of a Lorna Jane store.

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Family Law in Western Sydney – A Snapshot

Penrith LGA is currently one of the hardest-hit areas in the state with regard to reports of domestic violence.  Unfortunately, Penrith is not alone in these numbers – with the neighbouring Blacktown area showing the highest number of domestic violence incidents in NSW: with 2083 in the year up until March 2017.

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Interim orders in a “stop bullying” application

In a recent case, the FWC granted its first interim order issued in its anti-bullying jurisdiction, effectively issuing an injunction to stop an employer from proceeding with a workplace investigation. This case demonstrates that dealing with a bullying complaint in a fair way is highly desirable to avoiding external intervention.

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