Ross GoodridgeAdmitted to the Bar in 1988

Areas of Practice

  • Real property law
  • Australian Consumer Law
  • Insolvency
  • Commercial law
  • Civil Liability Act
  • Professional and medical negligence
  • Margin lending
  • Banking law
  • Family provision cases
  • Work injury damages
  • Workers compensation
  • Motor Accidents
  • Insurance
  • Equity
  • Superannuation
  • Mediations
  • Appellate

More information

Ross has practised as a lawyer for over 30 years and was admitted to the Bar in 1988. The number of cases that Ross has presented in courts is in the 1000’s. He has appeared in over 220 reported cases.

In addition to his appearance practice, Ross has a significant practice advising on complex legal matters including real property law, Australian Consumer Law, insolvency, commercial law, Civil Liability Act, professional negligence, work injury damages law, insurance recovery and indemnity, practice and procedure, family provision cases under the Succession Act, complex workers injury damages cases including death claims, catastrophic injuries, apportionments and recovery, complex workers compensation cases including death claims, catastrophic injuries, apportionments and recovery, and Motor Accidents Act cases including death claims and catastrophic injuries.

Following on from the cases of Goodridge v Macquarie Bank [2010] FCA 67; 265 ALR 170 and Leveraged Equity v Goodridge [2011] FCAFC 3; 274 ALR 655; (2011); 191 FCR 71, Ross established a substantial advice and mediation practice in matters involving banking law, margin loans and remedies for unconscionable conduct and contractual breaches involving banks, margin lenders, mortgage brokers, stock brokers and financial advisors. An example of this practice was the approximately 160 former Storm Financial clients whom Ross assisted with claims against the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Bank of Queensland, Macquarie Bank, ANZ Bank and Bank of Western Australia.

Off The Plan disputes are becoming a common part of Ross’ practice.

Off The Plan Disputes

As Off The Plan contracts approach completion date, buyers often find themselves wanting to:

  • rescind and recover their deposit;
  • receive a price reduction;
  • negotiate change; or
  • obtain an extension of time to settle without incurring interest or other penalty.

There can be many reasons for this including change of circumstances, lack of available mortgage funding, disappointment with the building as constructed or simply buyer’s remorse.

Legal solutions can be difficult to identify. Statutory remedies may be available under the Australian Consumer Law, the Australian Securities and Investment Act 2001, the Corporation Act 2001, the Conveyancing Act 1919, the Real Property Act 1900, the Contracts Review Act 1980 or revenue statutes. Common law remedies may be available under the law of contract, unconscionable conduct, mistake, legal and equitable estoppel, duress, undue influence, frustration or illegality. Equitable relief may be available to relieve against forfeiture, or grant specific performance, injunctive relief, rescission or rectification.

Remedies may be employed in the client’s interest directly through litigation or more subtly through alternate dispute resolution or to gain leverage during informal dispute or negotiation.

Time is often precious and scarce in these types of disputes and delay can be critical so don’t delay.

Dispute and Litigation Funding

Off The Plan Dispute Funding

Disputes can be expensive. Vendors will not offer the Purchasers what they want or allow them to rescind. Purchasers may want options but paying for skilled advice and paying for the implementation of that advice is not always easy for purchasers. Purchasers don’t want to throw god money after bad. Purchasers may not want to pay any more as they are already faced with having to pay solicitor’s fees to date, solicitor’s future fees and possibly the cost to complete the purchase. For many, their wealth is already committed to the deposit and stamp duty. For some purchasers it is all too much and they will consider defaulting or simply surrendering to the other party’s demands.

The traditional funding model of payment upfront fees is not the only way clients can finance these disputes. The type of arrangements that can be made is almost unlimited. Traditional fee models can be complimented by or replaced by other arrangements, as required by the circumstances, such as ‘no win – no pay’ or third party dispute and litigation funding.

Third party dispute and litigation funding is where a third party funder bears, for example, the client’s costs in return for a percentage of any successful outcome. The third party funder would fund the current solicitor (or conveyancer), counsel’s fees, search fees, filing fees, disbursements, investigators, mediation fees, future legal fees and any management or manager’s fees.

Funding is by agreement and will vary from case to case. Funding options may include payment of fees currently owed plus approval for payment of future legal fees.

Ross can introduce solicitors or their clients to third party funders.

Litigation Funding Generally

The cost of any litigation, except criminal proceedings or proceedings under the Family Law Act, can be the subject of a conditional costs agreement such as “No Win – No Pay” arrangements or funded by a third party or some blended arrangement.

Third party funding arrangements are now common gaining since the High Court’s judicial blessing of litigation funding in the landmark decision of Campbells Cash & Carry Pty Ltd v Fostif Pty Ltd (2006) 229 CLR 386.

Third party funding has been endorsed by the Commonwealth Government when in 2013 the Corporations Amendment Regulation 2012 excluded funded actions from the definition of a managed investment scheme. In the explanatory statement the government stated that “the Government supports class actions and litigation funders as they can provide access to justice for a large number of consumers who may otherwise have difficulties in resolving disputes. The Government’s main objective is therefore to ensure that consumers do not lose this important means of obtaining access to the justice system”.

Academic and professional papers

Papers Delivered include:

  • National Retailers Association Master Class on Employment; Reasonable Management Action.
  • A Master Class in Work Injury Damages.
  • Put up your Hand if You Think Our Drug Laws Work for Society, Addicts or Victims.
  • Drug Courts, A Proven Success.
  • Unpaid Superannuation Contributions and the Private Right to Enforce.
  • Superannuation Law – Insurance and Disability Claims, Does Total and Permanent Disability have to be Total and Permanent?
  • Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998.
  • Costs and the Legal Profession Act.
  • Estoppel and What Tomlinson means.
  • In its Absolute Discretion.
  • Pitfalls Not to Fall for.
  • The American Medical Assessment Guidelines in the Real World.
  • The Compensation Sting in Guilty Pleas.
  • Storm Financial Victims, Class Actions and Individual Claims.

 

Legislative Reform

Ross has been centrally involved in the reform of a number of laws in Australia including superannuation laws, criminal laws and the Fines Act. Ross has assisted the parliaments and/or parliamentary committees of the Commonwealth and most states in Australia.

1997 to 2002

Ross’ most significant legislative reform was the introduction of Drug Courts in Australia.

In the period leading up to 1998, Ross observed anecdotal evidence of greater and greater individual and community harm from drug trafficking and addiction.

Drug addiction, property offences and other drug related crime became rampant. Towns and suburbs changed; windows and doors gained security bars; banks and bottle shops gained armed guards; the streets and railway stations became unsafe at night; emergency workers had to deal with ever increasing numbers of drug overdoses; and, policing was strained.

The drug epidemic brought with it (or because of it) a complex set of cause and effect consequences. Demand caused supply and supply caused addiction and addiction caused personal distress, family distress and crime.

At that time, the general debate in Australia, about drugs, was stifled by beliefs anchored in entrenched moral positions, misinformation, generational divides and history. The debate was usually combatively characterised as prohibitionists versus abolitionists who believed that drug laws were effectively obsolete and that all such laws should be abolished. Neither major political party wished to adopt any position other than the status quo. This political impasse led to our laws languishing.

Ross went looking for legal solutions that may work and that may be politically acceptable to all major parties and the community.

Ross adapted the idea of Drug Courts to suit NSW’s laws. Ross then had a series of meetings with every political party in NSW followed by a media campaign. Ross subsequently addressed the parliaments, parliamentary committees and/or the political parties in South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia and Queensland.

The first Australian Drug Court was established in New South Wales in 1999. In 2000 drug courts were introduced in South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland. 2000 also saw the commencement of the NSW Youth Drug and Alcohol Court. Victoria introduced its first drug court in 2002.

Drug Courts have been successful:

  • It is estimated, by Wikipedia, that there are now more than 3,000 Drug Courts worldwide.
  • Drug Courts have been introduced into most western legal systems.
  • Variations of the Drug Court model has been introduced for mental health related crime in many jurisdictions.
  • Drug Courts have been the subject of numerous government funded studies and academic studies. The published findings from these studies have encouraged the proliferation of Drug Courts worldwide.

 

2002 to 2003
In 2002 the NSW government introduced wide-ranging changes to the administration of compensation laws including abolishing the Compensation Court. Ross approached the then president of the Bar Association, Brett Walker SC, with Ross’ view that the new laws were constitutionally illegal. With the Bar Associations’ assistance, Ross’ points of challenge were argued as the test case Orellana-Fuentes v Standard Knitting Mill Pty Limited & Anor; Carey v Blasdom Pty Limited T/as Ascot Freightlines & Anor [2003] NSWCA 146; (2003) 57 NSWLR 282; [2004] ALMD 1957; [2004] ALMD 1959. Ross was led by Gageler SC who is now a Judge of the High Court of Australia.

2006 to 2008

 In 2006, Ross identified that there was an anomaly in the operation of the Superannuation (Unclaimed Money and Lost Members) Act 1999 that unfairly favoured temporary residents over permanent residents and citizens of Australia. This anomaly caused distortions in the Australian labour market and caused approximately $2 billion to sit in unclaimed money accounts where it was slowly wasted through administration costs levied by financial institutions.

After Ross’ identification of this issue to the relevant federal Minister in 2007, Ross was asked to suggest legislative reform.

2008 to 2013

Following the collapse of Storm Financial, Ross assisted approximately 2,000 victims and their association with submissions pressing for an enquiry by Parliament.

 

Significant Cases

High Court

Tomlinson v Ramsey Food Processing Pty Limited [2015] HCA 28

Ramton v Cassin (1996) 70 ALJR 558

Laybutt v Glover Gibbs Pty Ltd t/as Balfours NSW Pty Ltd [2005] HCA 56; (2005) 221 ALR 310; (2005) 79 ALJR 1808

Fergusson v Latham [2008] HCA 24; 50 MVR 168

Williams and ORS v Bodewes S131/1997 [1998]

Cullen v Sema s131/1997

Galibal Pty Ltd t/as Hotel Nikko Darling Harbour v Higgins S159/1998 [1999]

Shoalhaven City Council v Timbs [2005] HCATrans 92

Laybutt v Glover Gibbs Pty Ltd [2005] HCATrans 415

Fullard v Cruise Group Pty Ltd [2005] HCATrans 963

Court of Appeal

Constantin Georgiev v Guenther Groeschl – BC8902415

Fernance V Nominal Defendant and Another – (1989) 17 NSWLR 710

Creer v District Court Of New South Wales and ANOR – BC9700533

Cowan v Cowan – BC9707681

Haines v Metz – BC9103672

Mistroni v Steindlberger and Another – BC9203011

Haines v Hudson – BC9402326

Mulwaree Shire Council v Bezzina – BC9504770

Whittaker v Flynn and Anor – BC9505207

Seddiq v Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation; Seddiq V Towers – BC9505411

Phuong v Berghofer – 22 MVR 357

Bradshaw and Another v Wallis – 23 MVR 472

Newells Creek Sawmilling Pty Ltd v Syron (No 2) – BC9601014

Allen v Chown and Another  (1996) 24 MVR 255

Ramton v Cassin (1995) 38 NSWLR 88

Cullen v Sema [1998] NSWSC 508; BC9805814

Higgins v Galibal Pty Ltd t/as Hotel Nikko Darling Harbour (1998) 45 NSWLR 45

Lake Macquarie City Council v Bottomley [1999] NSWCA 28; 103 LGERA 77

Smithson v Baines [1999] NSWCA 48

Coca-Cola Amatil NSW Pty Limited v Dilello [1999] NSWCA 102

Steven John French v New South Wales [1999] NSWCA 175

Smithson v Baines No 2 [1999] NSWCA 193

Our Lady of Loreto Nursing Home v Olsen [2000] NSWCA 12; 19 NSWCCR 465

Muller v Lalic [2000] NSWCA 50

Matthew Hall Pty Ltd v Smart [2000] NSWCA 284

Nominal Defendant v Cencic [2000] NSWCA 297; (2001) 33 MVR 233

Nominal Defendant v Niko Cencic [2001] NSWCA 69

Segal v Young [2001] NSWCA 141

Taber v NSW Land and Housing Corporation [2001] NSWCA 182

Atikullah v Sefton [2001] NSWCA 385; 35 MVR 136

Pope v Pantarotto; Pope v Pantarotto & The Nominal Defendant v Pantarotto & Anor [2001] NSWCA 378

Pickwell v Cotswold Australia Pty Limited [2001] NSWCA 462

Sjostrom v McDermott [2002] NSWCA 80

Wrigley v Holland [2002] NSWCA 109

Gillogly v Iama Agribusiness Pty Limited [2002] NSWCA 251

Transtate Pty. Limited v Rauk & Anor. [2002] NSWCA 222

Orellana-Fuentes v Standard Knitting Mill Pty Limited & Anor; Carey v Blasdom Pty Limited T/as Ascot Freightlines & Anor [2003] NSWCA 146

Glover Gibbs P/L t/as Balfours NSW P/L v Laybutt [2004] NSWCA 45

Timbs v Shoalhaven City Council [2004] NSWCA 81; (2004) LGERA 397; [2004] Aust Torts Reports 81-738; [2005] ALMD 3502; [2005] ALMD 3624; [2005] ALMD 3835

Walsh v Visionstream Pty Limited [2004] NSWCA 104

Brown v Lewis [2006] NSWCA 87

Latham v Fergusson [2006] NSWCA 288

Kasupene v Ajax Foundry Pty Limited [2006] NSWCA 309

Wayne Sauer v Allianz Australia Insurance Limited [2006] NSWCA 364; (2006) 47 MVR 220; [2008] ALMD 5958

Firth v Latham & Ors [2007] NSWCA 40; (2006) 46 MVR 412; [2006] Aust Torts Reports 81-861; [2007] ALMD 1446

Hayek v Trujillo [2007] NSWCA 139; 49 MVR 12

J Blackwood & Son Steel & Metals Pty Ltd v Nichols & Anor [2007] NSWCA 157

Firth v Wowk & Ors [2008] NSWCA 104

Ric Developments trading as Lane Cove Poolmart v Muir [2008] NSWCA 155; (2008) 71 NSWLR 593; 6 DDCR 339; [2009] ALMD 3565

Coastwide Steel & Metal Work Pty Limited V Douglas [2008] NSWCA 173

Firth v Wowk & Ors (No 2) [2008] NSWCA 182

Coastwide Steel & Metal Work Pty Ltd V Douglas (No. 2) [2008] NSWCA 218

Coastwide Steel & Metal Work Pty Limited V Jason James Douglas [2008] NSWCA 330

Fletcher International Exports Pty Ltd v Lott & Anor [2010] NSWCA 63

Firth v Sutton [2010] NSWCA 90

Firth v Sutton (No 2) [2010] NSWCA 109

Meeuwissen V Boden [2010] NSWCA 253; (2010) 78 NSWLR 143; 56 MVR 453; [2011] ALMD 1985

Ellis v Reko Pty Limited [2010] NSWCA 319; (2010) 57 MVR 1

Nominal Defendant v Rooskov [2012] NSWCA 43; (2012) 60 MVR 350; [2013] ALMD 5551

Dai v Zhu [2013] NSWCA 134

Firth v Yang [2014] NSWCA 92

Ramsey Food Processing Pty Ltd v Tomlinson [2014] NSWCA 237

Magjarraj v Firth [2015] NSWCA 326

Supreme Court

Lyndove Pty Ltd v Anese – BC8902453

Wimborne v Wimborne – BC9202080

The National Commercial Bank v Wimborne – BC9202016

The National Commercial Bank v Wimborne – BC9201904

Estoril Investments Pty Ltd v Westpac Banking Corp, Westpac Banking Corp V Estoril Investments Pty Ltd – BC9301779

Estoril Investments Pty Ltd v Westpac Banking Corp – 6 BPR 97441

Jackson v The State of New South Wales [1997] NSWSC 51

Misiarek v Szpilczac [1999] NSWSC 307; 29 MVR 239

Firth v Westbury [1999] NSWSC 372

Baines v Smith and Anor [2000] NSWSC 25

Richardson v NZI Insurance [2000] NSWSC 510

Silk v Rossfreight [2000] NSWSC 594

Vaghar v Meduri Enterprises P/L [2000] NSWSC

Lawrence v GIO [2000] NSWSC 962; 32 MVR 465

Rauk v Transtate Pty Ltd; Restile Pty Ltd v Transtate Pty Ltd [2000] NSWSC 1020

Cox v CIC Insurance Limited [2000] NSWSC 1167

Firth v Kasumovic [2001] NSWSC 341

Swinfield v South Eastern Sydney Area Health Services [2001] NSWSC 669

Firth v Centrelink and Anor [2002] NSWSC 564

Firth v Centrelink and Anor (No2) [2002] NSWSC 850

Matisan v Wilson [2002] NSWSC 1189

Locnere Pty Ltd and Anor v Jakk’s Bagel and Bread Co Pty Ltd [2003] NSWSC 1123

Freeman v Allianz Australia Insurance [2005] NSWSC 257

Hean and Anor v Thai and Anor [2005] NSWSC 460 (

Stephen Paul Firth v John Hutchinson [2005] NSWSC 479

Shanahan v Trojan Workforce Recruitment (No 4) Pty Ltd [2005] NSWSC

Thomson v Allianz Australia Workers’ Compensation (NSW) Limited [2005] NSWSC 885

Tyropanis v Smurf’s Traffic Management Pty Ltd (In Liq) [2007] NSWSC 123

Firth v Leek and 7 Ors [2007] NSWSC

St Lawrence v McKenna and Ors [2007] NSWSC 1245; 49 MVR 250

Council of the City of Wollongong v Vero Insurance Limited [2009] NSWSC 475

Council of the City of Wollongong v Vero [2009] NSWSC 771

Elite Promotion & Management Pty Ltd v 5A Investments Pty Ltd; Application of Kingsway Group Ltd [2010] NSWSC; (2011) 80 NSWLR 686; [2013] ALMD 1719; [2013] ALMD 1720; [2013] ALMD 1767

Nicol v Whiteoak [2011] NSWSC 168

Elite Promotions & Management Pty Limited v 5A Investments Pty Limited & Ors [2011] NSWSC 590

Nicol v Whiteoak & Anor [2011] NSWSC 1467; (2011) 16 ANZ Insurance Cases 61-893

Nicol v Whiteoak & Anor (No 2) [2011] NSWSC 1486

Goodridge v Barwick [2011] NSWSC 1233; [2011] NSWSC 1523; (2011) 255 FLR 245

Hammond v Stern [2013] NSWSC 70

Ji v. Firth t/as Firths the Compensation Lawyers [2013] NSWSC 186

Brown v Stephen Paul Firth trading as Firths The Compensation Lawyers [2013] NSWSC 677

GIO General Limited v Passau [2013] NSWSC 682

Yang v Stephen Paul Firth trading as Firths The Compensation Lawyers [2013] NSWSC 676

Firth v Hsu [2013] NSWSC 910

Lin v Firth [2013] NSWSC 1316

Fu Chen v Stephen Paul Firth trading as Firths The Compensation Lawyers [2013] NSWSC 1873

Hammond v Stern [2014] NSWSC 864

Warren v Maclean-Lower Clarence Services Club Ltd [2014] NSWSC 1374

Warren v Maclean-Lower Clarence Services Club Ltd (No 2) [2014] NSWSC 1388

Universal 1919 Pty Limited v Barraket Stanton Lawyers Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 540

Universal 1919 Pty Limited v Barraket Stanton Lawyers Pty Ltd (No 2) [2015] NSWSC

In the matter of Vangory Holdings Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 546

Malvina Park Pty Ltd t/as Firths the Superannuation Lawyers v Pollard [2015] NSWSC 578

In the matter of John Farlow Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 939

In the matter of Vangory Holdings Pty Ltd [2015] NSWSC 801

Sydney Developments Pty Limited v Perry Properties Pty Limited [2016] NSWSC 515

Universal 1919 Pty Limited v 122 Pitt St Pty Limited [2016] NSWSC 942

Favetti Bricklaying v Benedek [2016] NSWSC

Industrial Relations Commission of New South Wales

Cornell v Titley [2002] NSWIRComm 326

Faraci v The Leak Shop Pty Ltd [2003] NSWIRComm 169

Federal Court

Re Peta Athans Ex Parte Artemis Athans [1991] FCA 193; 243 Bankruptcy 29 FCR 302

Re Doran Holdings Pty Limited; Doran Developments Pty Limited and v F Doran and Sons (Building) Pty Limited v Waters Gamble and Associates Pty Limited and Sean E Waters [1992] FCA 622

Firth v Commissioner of Taxation [2001] FCA 1300;189 ALR 472; (2001) 48 ATR 93; [2001] ATC 4615

Falamaki v Wollongong City Council [2009] FCA 1045

Family Court

In the Matter Of: Raymond Joseph Wimborne and Pearl Manson Wimborne [1994] FamCA 40

Trustee for the Bankrupt Estate of N Lasic & Lasic [2010] FamCA 682

District Court

Sutton v Firth (No 2) [2009] NSWDC 53

Sutton v Firth (No 3) [2009] NSWDC 68

Ellis v Reko Pty Limited [2009] NSWDC 288

Chandra v Bunnings Group Ltd [2009] NSWDC 194

Lappan v Seetoo [2010] NSWDC 134

Khalil v Taoube [2012] NSWDC 60

Grant Tomlinson v Ramsey Food Processing Pty Limited [2013] NSWDC 64

Parry v Masterpet Australia Pty Ltd [2013] NSWDC 71

Phoebe Orilla v Brian Chown [2013] NSWDC 226

Han v Stephen Paul Firth trading as Firth The Compensation Lawyers [2014] NSWDC 141; 18 DCLR (NSW) 365

Administrative Appeals Tribunal of Australia

Nehme and Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services [2002] AATA 1225

McKinnon and Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services [2003] AATA 415; (2003) ALD 187; [2004] ALMD 6391

Australian Industrial Relations Commission

Adam Canty v Quality Images (Australasia) Pty Ltd [2004] AIRC 157

Compensation Court of NSW

Neal v Lysaght [2002] NSWCC 20

Cotswold Australia Pty Limited v Pickwell [2001] NSWCC 64

Rooney v State Transit Authority of New South Wales [2001] NSWCC 104

Cunningham v Homecare Service of New South Wales [2001] NSWCC 93

Moultrie v Sutherland District Trade Union Club Ltd [2001] NSWCC 67

Jan Moultrie v Sutherland District Trade Union Club Ltd [2001] NSWCC 54

Russell v JJ Woods & Sons Carriers Pty Ltd [2000] NSWCC

Olsen v Our Lady of Loretto Nursing Home [1999] NSWCC 13; (1999) 17 NSWCCR

Moombalene Local Aboriginal Land Council v Dailey [1998] NSWCC 22; (1998) 16 NSWCCR

Lauder v Keppell Printing Pty Ltd [1998] NSWCC 18; (1998) 16 NSWCCR 282

Wratten v Kirkpatrick & Others [1996] NSWCC 2; (1996) 15 NSWCCR 32

Vrankic v Fidax Foundry Pty Ltd [1995] NSWCC 39; (1995) 13 NSWCCR 33

Bruce v Grocon Ltd [1995] NSWCC 10; (1995) 11 NSWCCR 247

Suto v Auburn United Industries (NSW) Pty Ltd [1993] NSWCC 32; (1993) 9 NSWCCR 576

Worker Compensation Presidential Decisions

Terrivic Pty Limited v Davis [2016] NSWWCCPD 27

Trustees of the Society of St Vincent de Paul (NSW) v Maxwell James Kear as administrator of the estate of Anthony John Kear [2014] NSWWCCPD 47

Secretary, Department of Family and Community Services v Victoire [2014] NSWWCCPD 44

Roche v Australian Prestressing Services Pty Ltd [2013] NSWWCCPD 7

Ausgrid v Grima [2012] NSWWCCPD 59

Sydney South West Area Health Service v Palau [2012] NSWWCCPD 20

Woods v L & R Heritage Roof Restoration Pty Ltd [2012] NSWWCCPD 12

Zheng v Xie [2011] NSWWCCPD 58

Witt v Q B Interiors (NSW) Pty Ltd [2011] NSWWCCPD 19

Yang v Topline Holdings Pty Ltd [2010] NSWWCCPD 117

De Martin & Gasparini Pty Ltd v Di Renna [2010] NSWWCCPD

Buraga v NSW Police Service [2009] NSWWCCPD 102

Nohra v Sydney Plastering and Construction Pty Ltd [2009] NSWWCCPD 48

Fletcher International Exports Pty Ltd v Lott and anor [2009] NSWWCCPD

Pages Hire Centre Kogarah v Chapman [2009] NSWWCCPD 9

Concrete Technologies Pty Limited v Fu [2008] NSWWCCPD 132 (7 November 2008)

Gray v Johnston’s Transport Industries Pty Limited and anor [2008] NSWWCCPD 104

Temelkov v Kemblawarra Portuguese Sports & Social Club Ltd [2008] NSWWCCPD 96

Bagtrans Pty Ltd v Simunic [2007] NSWWCCPD 212

Hunter New England Area Health Service v Franklin [2007] NSWWCCPD 209

National Foods Milk Limited v Ali [2007] NSWWCCPD 186

Smyth v Charles Sturt University [2007] NSWWCCPD 184

Director General of Education and Training v Pembroke No 2 [2007] NSWWCCPD 168

Bulldogs Leagues Club Pty Ltd v Wyatt [2007] NSWWCCPD 167

Muir v Ric Developments Pty Ltd t/as Lane Cove Poolmart [2007] NSWWCCPD 161

Roads & Traffic Authority of New South Wales v Smith & Anor [2007] NSWWCCPD 134

Heckendorf Family Trading Pty Ltd v Linnett [2007] NSWWCCPD 110

L F Harris Partnership v Gillard [2007] NSWWCCPD 68

Ferndale Partnership v Widdison & Anor [2006] NSWWCCPD 261

Baikie v Goodman Fielder Ltd [2006] NSWWCCPD 164

Icontact Optometrists Pty Limited v Cross [2006] NSWWCCPD 106

Davies v Bisaxa Pty Ltd t/as Sir Joseph Banks Nursing Home [2006] NSWWCCPD

Griffiths v Miller Corporation Pty Limited t/as Pizza Hut [2006] NSWWCCPD 52

Chown v Tony Madden Refrigeration Transport Limited [2005] NSWWCCPD 159

Baikie v Goodman Fielder Ltd [2006] NSWWCCPD 164

Icontact Optometrists Pty Limited v Cross [2006] NSWWCCPD 106

Davies v Bisaxa Pty Ltd t/as Sir Joseph Banks Nursing Home [2006] NSWWCCPD

Griffiths v Miller Corporation Pty Limited t/as Pizza Hut [2006] NSWWCCPD 52

Oz Cab Pty Limited v Boadu [2005] NSWWCCPD 126

Abdul-Rahman v Allied Pickfords Pty Ltd [2005] NSWWCCPD 107

Department of Corrective Services v Evans [2005] NSWWCCPD 58

Berri (NSW) Ltd v Moxham [2005] NSWWCCPD 55

Patrick Corporation Ltd v Sarkis [2005] NSWWCCPD 48

Rohloff v Diacut Pty Limited (in Liquidation) [2005] NSWWCCPD 17

Val Parks v Navbay Pty Ltd [2003] NSWWCCPD 32

Patricia Orellana-Fuentes v Standard Knitting Mills Pty Ltd (2003) 57 NSWLR 282; [2004] ALMD 1957; [2004] ALMD 1959; [2002] NSWWCCPD 8

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