Should you defend yourself if charged with criminal offences before the Local Court? RMB Lawyers Criminal division explains the process:
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sex Abuse shocked the nation over its five-year examination of the often horrifying prevalence of the sexual abuse of children in major public institutions. RMB Lawyers Compensation division considers the legal implications of one of the Royal Commission’s key recommendations:
Law firms offering “No Win / No Fee” agreements are often met with scepticism. However, such arrangements are provided for the benefit of those seeking legal advice – and not the lawyers.
Contempt of Court laws means that there are dangers for the untrained, or unwary, in appearing in Court or covering Court proceedings for the media.
The NSW Government is preparing to regulate the short term letting industry, but you can have your say. RMB Property and Planning division explains:
Advances in medical science are changing the way we view ownership of bodily tissue.
Changing a child’s surname can’t be done simply as a matter of convenience to one or other of the parents. There are many other considerations, as The RMB Family Law division explains:
You should consider a binding death benefit nomination if you have a self-managed superannuation fund, to ensure your assets are distributed as you wish after your death. The RMB Estate Planning division explains.
Contracts are a part of everyday life, but they can also be a trap for the unwary – especially for purchases like mobile phones.
People injured playing sports have a number of avenues to seek compensation.
In this week’s Law Matters column, the RMB Compensation division looks at the potential link between breast implants and cancer.
There has been a lot of adverse publicity in recent years about changes to Compensation Law in NSW. RMB Lawyers Partner MARTIN CULLETON explains recent changes to the law applying to accidents in NSW.
Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world, and our outdoor workers are particularly at risk. The RMB Compensation division explains how workers who contract skin cancer through their employment can claim compensation.
Being involved in the administration of an estate when a loved one passes can be a daunting process, but knowing the terms and responsibilities is a good place to start. EMMA Perkins from RMB Lawyers explains:
Being asked to become an executor of an Estate carries many responsibilities, the RMB Estate Planning explains.
Domestic violence laws have been changed in Australia to ensure better protection for victims across State and Territory boundaries. RMB Lawyers Partner MARTIN CULLETON explains:
The Outer Sydney Orbital Corridor will have a dramatic impact on the Camden district community, as our Property Law division from RMB Lawyers Camden explains.
If you have suffered an injury or illness and can no longer do the work you once did you may be entitled to a total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance benefit. RMB's Compensation team explains:
As e-commerce becomes increasingly popular, RMB's Compensation team explains what you should know about your rights and consumer protections before shopping online.
RMB Compensation division considers the impact on injured people of proposed changes to the NSW Compulsory Third Party (CTP) Scheme.
Long-term worker’s compensation recipients may be entitled to make a lump sum claim under certain circumstances.
Many Australians love contact sports, but they can result in injuries. RMB Compensation Lawyer looks at your right to sue when injured by an act of foul play.
RMB Lawyers are proud finalists in this years Illawarra Business Awards in two categories - "Excellence in Business" and "Excellence in Innovation".
RMB Lawyers were proud recipients of the "Excellence in Innovation Award" and the "Excellence in Professional and Commercial Award" at the recent Shoalhaven Business Awards Gala, held on Friday 25 August 2017, at the Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre.
Changes to the Workers Compensation Act means that it doesn’t pay to suffer an injury on your way to or from work, because you will only be entitled to compensation under certain limited circumstances.