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What’s the harm? The practical consequences of breaching the Harman Rule

In a recent decision by her Honour Olsson J in the District Court of New South Wales, a creditor has learned the hard way about the consequences of breaching the Harman Rule which I recently wrote about (with the kind… Continue Reading →

Confidentiality, contempt and the court: Implied undertakings and the Harman Rule

All may be fair in love, war and litigation, but companies and individuals engaged in the litigation process need to remember that the use documents obtained in litigation via a compulsory process of the court (such as through disclosure or… Continue Reading →

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