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Goater v Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Goater v Commonwealth Bank of Australia NSWCA 265 (15 August 2014).

Peter O’Grady, Lawyer
General Counsel, legal helpdesk sydney
BA, LLB, Grad Cert Leg Prac, Acc Spec… 385 more words

Sydney Law Firm

Bell v Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Bell v Commonwealth Bank of Australia FCA 934 (8 August 2014)

Peter O’Grady, Lawyer
General Counsel, legal helpdesk sydney
BA, LLB, Grad Cert Leg Prac, Acc Spec… 385 more words

Sydney Law Firm

Rama and sage Vasishta

If reality is ONENESS, how can there be any sense of lack, hence any desire? There is no ‘other’ to be related to. Reminds me of Socrates’ speech in the Symposium (one of Plato’s dialogues) after other speakers had rendered their tribute to Eros, the god of Love. 146 more words

Advaita

More Noise: Loser pays on CFA’s?

  Coventry v Lawrence (Part 2)

A Supreme Court case I commented on recently, elsewhere described as “…an important judgment on the principles of private nuisance for the 21st century…” 788 more words

Litigation

Baby 'too young' to need anonymity

From HoldTheFrontPage, November 2013: An Oxford Mail reporter successfully challenged court orders hiding the identity of parents accused of harming their baby, on the grounds that the baby was too young to be harmed by publicity. Read more

Anonymity

Tulisa injunction breach costs mag £42,000

From UK Press Gazette, November 2013: TNT magazine agreed to pay damages to singer Tulisa after publishing a picture from a sex tape, unaware an injunction was in place. Read more

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