What is Promissory Estoppel?

Promissory estoppel is meant to keep people from going back on their promises to the detriment of others. Learn more about promissory estoppel here.

What is Sports Law? (2024 Update)

What is Sports Law?

Want to learn more about the off-field legal matters that affect Australian sports? Find out more about sports law in this article.

What is a Guillotine Order?

Courts can make a guillotine order to bring proceedings to an end. So what does this actually mean? Read our guide to find out more.

Can I Sue For Lost Opportunity?

contract

Yes, you can. However, the lost opportunity must arise from a contractual breach, misleading and deceptive conduct or negligence. See more.

What Is a Mandatory Injunction?

A mandatory injunction is a type of remedy afforded by the Courts. Find out more about mandatory injunctions in this article.

What is a Stay of Proceedings?

A stay of proceedings occurs when a court looks to avoid undue or unfair circumstances. Here’s why and how they may occur.

What is a Summary Judgment?

What is a Summary Judgment?

A summary judgment is a judgment issued against one party without a trial taking place. Find out here when a summary judgment may be issued.