26th Sep 2019
Katie Minogue calls for national reform of existing motor accident injury insurance schemes to ensure that road users are adequately covered if they are injured by vehicles utilising ‘autonomous features’ such as adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist and road-departure mitigation.
5th Sep 2019
Stephen Firth provides some valuable insights into the 'dos and don'ts' of social media use by clients in compensation cases.
9th May 2019
Geoff Baldwin explores the rapidly changing nature and capabilities of modern photography and the laws surrounding it.
24th Jan 2019
Sam Vasaiwalla explores the implications of the Fair Work Commission's decision in Joshua Klooger v Foodora Australia Pty Ltd  FWC 6836.
16th Jan 2019
An exploration of ‘employer-based’ fintechs and how the impact of their services may be a win-win for both financially stressed employees and cost-conscious employers.
15th Nov 2018
The extent to which the rights of individuals are threatened by autonomated systems and the ability of the law to safeguard those rights.
4th Oct 2018
An exploration of an innovative new software – now available to personal injury lawyers in Australia – that converts 2D MRI scans to accurate 3D models.
14th Jun 2018
An exploration of the prevalence of emojis in modern electronic communications, and the increased legal analysis of what these emojis are intended to mean and/or imply.
3rd May 2018
Michael Legg gives an introduction to Online Alternative Dispute Resolution (OADR), and discusses OADR's potential to extend access to justice and change the way in which disputes are resolved.
26th Apr 2018
Today, open justice is mediated not only by mass media, but by social media too. Courtrooms are more accessible than ever before. For the most part, this should be celebrated. But the expansion of open justice also poses real challenges for courts.