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Commercial and Business Law, Corporate Advisory November 9, 2016

Extension Of Consumer Protection Laws To Benefit Small Businesses

On 12 November 2016, the Australian Consumer Law (”ACL”) will be amended to extend the protections given to consumers there, to small businesses. It will apply to standard form contracts entered into on or after 12 November 2016 and also to standard form contracts which are renewed or varied after that date.

Family Law, Wills and Estates Law November 7, 2016

Family provision claims by grandchildren in NSW

Family Provisions claims made by grandchildren have no guarantee of success even where there has been some level of dependency on the grandparent. These claims are complex and expert advice is needed to assess whether there are any genuine prospects of succeeding.

Featured, Wills and Estates Law October 19, 2016


This paper provides a brief overview of the law and procedures in New South Wales relating to variation “cy-près ” of the provisions of a charitable trust where the charitable purpose has failed.

Wills and Estates Law September 29, 2016

Disposing of your assets before your death will not always defeat claims against your estate

This paper addresses situations where a court in NSW has the power to look to assets outside of the deceased’s estate in order to be able to make a Family Provision order .

Commercial and Business Law June 29, 2016

SurfStitch Group Limited

Diamond Conway is presently investigating a possible class action on behalf of shareholders against SurfStitch Group Limited.

Family Law January 11, 2016

Moving your children to another city? Check with your family lawyer first.

When a relationship breaks down, it can take its toll on everyone involved, and not just the former spouses. Sometimes, parents cannot agree, and find that going to Court is the only realistic option to resolve a dispute. Cases where the parties are unable to reach agreement usually involve one parent proposing to make a big change in the children’s lives.