Supreme Court orders lawyers to pay costs

By | September 11th, 2018|BTLawyers, Case Studies, Commercial, Litigation|

Justice Davis has ordered that an unsuccessful applicants’ lawyers pay the legal costs of the other parties instead of their clients. In the recent Supreme Court judgement of PJM & Ors v AML & Anor [2018] QSC 204, Justice Davis was highly critical of the lawyers’ conduct of the application. As part of the Second [...]

Case Notes: McGrory v Medina Property Inc Services Pty Limited

By | December 12th, 2016|BTLawyers, Case Studies, News|

By Clint Kanther, Senior Associate McGrory v Medina Property Inc Services involved a hospitality worker lifting an ice bin.  Both liability and quantum were disputed, with the plaintiff seeking damages in excess of $285,000 for injuries that she allegedly sustained to her shoulders. Employer’s responsibility for mitigating risk Despite inconsistencies with the plaintiff's reporting as [...]