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For decades, Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers have been at the forefront of change. Over the years our work has helped give access to justice to ordinary and marginalised Australians. Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers work for individuals and large and small companies across many industries. Whether we assist you with a workplace dispute, property transaction, commercial advice, or a compensation claim, we’ll complete your work to the highest standard. When it matters, Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers will be by your side.
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Free seminar – Wills and Estates

Free seminar – Wills and Estates

Published on 28 Feb 2017

At this seminar you will learn about, the importance of having a Will, the need to review your Will when your life circumstances change and more. Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers welcome you to come along to find out more about planning ahead and securing your future. We look forward to meeting you.

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Workplace policies and procedures – are they really necessary?

Published on 21 Dec 2016 by Nicole Dunn and Veronica Lee

Writing and reviewing policies and procedures takes time away from an employers’ core business and so this task is always at the bottom of the to do list. If this is occurring in your business you should be warned that neglecting your policies and procedures can come at a considerable cost to your organisation.

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Security of Payment Adjudications: Supreme Court Highlights The Importance of An Adjudicator Providing Cogent Reasoning for a Determination

Published on 19 Dec 2016 by Ben Robertson

A recent decision by his Honour Justice McDougall emphasises that where an Adjudicator in an adjudication under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) (“SOPA”) doesn’t provide a reasoned analysis supporting a valuation of construction works, the determination may be declared void for a jurisdictional error.

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