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(Medical Law and Ethics) Handout 1.4 Public Law and the American Court System

I apologize for the delay everyone.  It’s been a little hectic for the past few weeks, but now that things have settled down a bit, I can return to my routine of transferring my notes and handouts.  3,237 more words


On Alert –TiSA is around!

In my neighbourhood the atmosphere is festive. And as a neighbour, I am sharing their happiness too. After years of gradual downslide into autocracy, Turkey has recently had elections (more… 515 more words

Human Rights

Fact-finding in Care Proceedings: Domestic Abuse, Re: BR (Proof of Facts) and Practice Direction 12J

Fact-finding in Care Proceedings: Domestic abuse & inappropriate chastisement:

Re: BR (Proof of Facts) and Practice Direction 12J

A large number of the care applications that I have dealt with over the years include an allegation that, because of the risk from domestic violence/abuse and/or inappropriate physical chastisement by one or both of the parents, it is not safe for the subject children to stay at home. 4,377 more words

Care Plans

Are Public-Private Partnerships the Solution for CA's Infrastructure Gap?

Public-private partnerships (P3s) are hot in an era of budget cutbacks and the need for alternative, innovative ways to repair and replace our aging public infrastructure. 503 more words

Legal Topics

Nile Signature and Chris Tomlin - At The Cross (Love Ran Red)

The Vatican is the government above all governments through secret societies. Every 70 years, a nation must renew Jesus’s promise. FDR renew Jesus’s promise by signing Public Law 73-10. 695 more words

High Court: Civil forfeiture proceedings may need to await the finalisation of criminal proceedings

Case Note by Simona Gory

Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police v Zhao HCA 5

Civil forfeiture of asset proceedings may need to be stayed pending finalisation of the relevant criminal proceedings, at least in circumstances where the offences and circumstances relied on in the forfeiture proceeding are substantively identical to the criminal proceedings and there is no prejudice to the Commissioner arising from a delay to the forfeiture proceedings. 514 more words

Public Law

Damages assessment where defamatory publications combined with non-defamatory

Case Note by Peter Heerey AM QC

A plaintiff suffers hurt, embarrassment and reputational damage as a result of the defendant’s publications. Parts of those publications are clearly defamatory; other parts, although hurtful and damaging, are not. 525 more words

Public Law