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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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The legal challenges of cross-border incapacity

The legal challenges of cross-border incapacity

Published on 21 Apr 2022 by Selwyn Black

What happens if an Australian relocates overseas for work, extended holiday or retirement leaving property in Australia, and they then suffer from dementia? What if their property is being diverted and they have no legal capacity to protect their interests?

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Judge Dina Yehia SC

Published on 3 May 2022

Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers invite you to our live webinar Tuesday Lunchtime Speaker Event - Judge Dina Yehia SC

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The Sharma Decision

Published on 31 Mar 2022 by Martin Slattery

A recent decision of the Federal court has found that the Minister of Environment does not owe a duty of care to protect children from the future harm that will be caused by climate change. The primary judgment was the first common law decision in the world which considered the duty of care of executive members of government, around an issue which will have dire consequences on the lives of members of public permanently. In fact, we have already seen the impact that Climate Change is having on the lives of Australians such as the 2019/2020 bushfires which resulted in loss of life and extensive damage, as well as the recent devastating floods across Queensland and NSW which also resulted in loss of life and major damage to homes and businesses. So, the question remains, if the relevant Minister does not owe a duty of care to children, then who does?

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Doyle’s Guide – First Tier Law Firm Recognition

Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers has been recognised by Doyle’s Guide as a First Tier Leading Firm in the following categories:

First Tier Personal Injury Doyles recognition announced November 2021. First Tier Employment Doyles recognition announced March 2022.

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