Australia

Judge anger on $10 art claim
A judge has issued a stinging rebuke to separating couples who expect the courts to decide frivolous disputes.

Curtains for show trials
Megan Latham’s ICAC can blame nobody but itself

Panel for new S-G ‘absurd’
Neil Brown says any silk would protect the independence of the solicitor-general role.

$2k weekly for pet-friendly pad
A man has been ordered to pay his separated wife $2000 a week so she can live with the family dog.

Class action insurance program
The new product, known as after-the-event insurance, is designed to eliminate the risk of an adverse costs order.

Top silk did no wrong: inquiry
A top lawyer has been cleared over allegations he acted unprofessionally by representing Brisbane Grammar School.

Groups slam terrorist jail plans
Human rights groups have criticised a plan to detain terrorists after they have served out jail terms.

Flying ex-MPs: they’re dreaming
Four former federal MPs have failed in their High Court battle to retain free travel for life.

Billabong settlement at $45m
Struggling law firm Slater & Gordon will reap millions after the courts allowed a class action settlement.

Woolies wins stay in Masters case
A court has sent Woolworths and Lowe’s back to the negotiating table, putting a stay on a winding up application.

Firm shakes up legal world
White & Case plans to give leadership roles to two of the 10 partners it has recruited from Herbert Smith Freehills.

Mother can pay for school: judge
Can a wife force her husband to pay priv­ate school fees if he is philosophically opposed? The courts say no.

Lawyer, mistress ‘swindled firm’
A married lawyer who represented Daniel Morcombe’s killer, and his 24-year-old clerk, have been sacked amid theft allegations.

Sharia law ‘affecting rulings’
Two children have been put in foster care after their mother cited ‘Islamic law’ as why she could not care for them.

Shrinking racial hatred cases
The QUT case has exposed the ugly truth about section 18C: it is building a new version of apartheid.

Slater braces for $1bn loss
Troubled law firm Slater & Gordon will book a full-year loss of over $1bn, after huge writedowns and a share price plunge.

Funder, lawyers in litigation win
Lawyers and a Sydney-based funder soaked up every cent of a $5m court win supposed to pay sacked workers’ entitlements.

Oswal settlement appears close
The Indian business couple are said to have reached an in-principle agreement with ANZ to settle the $1.5bn lawsuit.

Call to regulate driverless cars
Governments need to act now to establish a proper regulatory framework, Clayton Utz will report.

Girl’s surgery win to feel like boy
The Family Court has given a 15-year-old child, who wants to change gender, permission to have both breasts removed.

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