Where seeking to recover land on the basis of a constructive trust arising from proprietary estoppel, when does that constructive trust arise? Does it arise when a court makes a declaration to its effect, or when the relevant cause of action accrues? And when should the court consider a lesser remedy instead of declaring a trust?
Privacy law reform and the new mandatory reporting regime for data breaches: how will it affect you?
The privacy and data protection regulatory landscape in Australia has seen further recent revision with the formal assent of the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017 (Cth) earlier this year. The new law will become operative from 22 February 2018.
To what extent are a defamation plaintiff’s hurt feelings relevant to the defence of triviality? On 20 October 2016, the majority of the Queensland Court of Appeal in Smith v Lucht  QCA 267 definitively answered this question: the plaintiff’s hurt feelings are not relevant to the defence.
The High Court has refused to resolve a conflicting authorities in the law regarding treatment of payments over award in sham employment contracts.