October 2016

The New Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (WA) – Administration and Winding Up
Recent WA CTP District Court Decisions – Self Represented Plaintiffs
Stand-Down Not Unreasonable and Harsh – Makes Sense
What You Need to Know About Children and Separation – Who Decides?
The New Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (WA) – Administration and Winding Up

Brenton Oakley
Consultant

Philip Mavor
Senior Associate

This is the eighth of a series of legal updates that Kott Gunning is producing throughout 2016 on the key features and reforms under the new Associations Incorporation Act 2015 …
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Recent WA CTP District Court Decisions – Self Represented Plaintiffs

Shergold v Edwards [2016] WADC 149 and Shergold v Edwards [2016] 150 both delivered 12 October 2016 highlight a number of issues relating to CTP litigation.
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Stand-Down Not Unreasonable and Harsh – Makes Sense

Vidal Hockless
Partner

In the case of Woodside Energy Ltd v Kieronski [2016] WADC 144 the District Court was considering the determination of an arbitrator on the question of “harsh and unreasonable” under the provisions of the Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management Act.
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What You Need to Know About Children and Separation – Who Decides?

Loretta Carè
Partner

The court has an overriding duty to consider what is in the best interests of any children and recognises the emotional impact of separation and disputes on them. The Family …
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