April 04, 2024

DW Fox Tucker has been involved in a number of compulsory acquisition matters involving both residential and commercial land.  Anecdotally, we have observed that the initial offers of compensation…

Compulsory Acquisition
April 02, 2024

DW Fox Tucker Lawyers is thrilled to announce the promotion of Jonathan Ikonomopoulos to the position of Director. This promotion is a significant milestone for both our firm and Jonathan as he is…

Firm News Employment, Workplace Relations & Safety Workers Compensation & Self Insurance
March 08, 2024

To truly understand the importance of International Women’s Day, reflecting on the historic and profound things women have achieved is imperative. This article offers a snapshot of the changes the…

Dispute Resolution & Insolvency
December 20, 2023

Helene’s Legal Odyssey: Juggling Motherhood, Career, and a Passion for Justice

Staff Profiles
December 20, 2023

In separate moves that further criminalise conduct in the workplace, the State Government has introduced industrial manslaughter as a criminal offence into South Australian safety law while the…

Employment, Workplace Relations & Safety
December 20, 2023

The Court of Appeal ensures that the Return to Work Act recognises that the employment relationship is about far more than just the provision and performance of work duties.

Workers Compensation & Self Insurance
December 20, 2023

Substantial changes have been made to the Australian Consumer Law[1] to ensure standard form contracts contain fair terms that level the playing field for small to medium businesses and significantly…

Corporate & Commercial
December 20, 2023

The Residential Tenancies Act 1995 (SA) (Act) has recently undergone significant amendments, ushering in a new era of rights and responsibilities for landlords and tenants. Although these changes aim…

December 20, 2023

In 2006, the Family Law Act (1975) (Act) was amended to introduce the presumption of parents having equal and shared parental responsibility for children. It was often argued that the amendment meant…

Family Law
December 20, 2023

In Australia, franchises are regulated by the Franchising Code of Conduct (Franchise Code) made under section 51 AE of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Commonwealth). A franchise consists of…

Intellectual Property (IP)

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