Category: Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Important precedent for property settlement disputes
Important precedent for property settlement disputes
When selling property, the contract of sale typically dictates certain tasks that a vendor must undertake prior to settlement. In the recent matter of Namrood v Ebadeh-Ahvasi, the vendor was...
A new era in data protection
A new era in data protection
We’re proud to be setting the benchmark in data protection by becoming the first law firm in Australia to partner with Secured Communications and sign up to their Mercury communication platform. The platform is an ultra-secure, encrypted videoconference, messaging, audio calling, and file transfer platform designed for business use. Unlike other companies...
Can I get paid now? The Pros and Cons of the proposed Insolvency Amendments  in response to the COVID-19 Crisis
Can I get paid now? The Pros and Cons of the proposed Insolvency Amendments in response to the COVID-19 Crisis
In order to combat what would seem to be a quick snatch and grab at debts, the Federal Government has announced as part of its stimulus package, that it proposes to make temporary changes to Australia’s insolvency laws to seek to combat and/or alleviate the impact the COVID-19 outbreak continues to have on individuals, businesses and significantly, the economy.
COVID-19 Crisis Poses Risk to Real Estate
COVID-19 Crisis Poses Risk to Real Estate
How could the COVID-19 Crisis affect real estate in New South Wales? These unprecedented circumstances create many concerning and uncertain issues of which to be aware of.
Madison Marcus promotes Michael Mournehis to Associate
Madison Marcus promotes Michael Mournehis to Associate
The Board of Madison Marcus is delighted to announce the promotion of Michael Mournehis to Associate in our Commercial Litigation team.
Vintage Marine Art – A New Approach to Security for Costs Applications?
Vintage Marine Art – A New Approach to Security for Costs Applications?
Recently the Courts have adopted a new approach to determining an application for security for costs. The purpose of a security for costs order is to protect a defendant in...