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Google to Pay Nearly Half a Billion Dollars in Australian Tax

by Sonia Hickey & Ugur Nedim
Hot on the heels of news published earlier this month that multi-nationals are still paying little to no tax here in Australia, one of the world’s most well-known corporate juggernauts has announced it has reached a settlement with the ATO...

12 Reasons to Choose Sydney Criminal Lawyers®

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Being prosecuted for a criminal or traffic offence can be a nerve-wracking experience. You may be unfamiliar with the process, unsure of the best way forward and concerned about the outcome. But whether you are charged with a less-serious matter...

Criminal laws “lead almost to a ‘brain explosion’”, says Supreme Court Judge

by Ugur Nedim
Victorian Supreme Court Judge Mark Weinberg has seen a great deal in his 50 years as a lawyer, including the criminal law’s “shift from common law to statute, and in some cases, to codification”. In his speech to the Victorian...

KickAss Torrents Kicked Out of the Market

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The man behind a popular file-sharing site is the subject of criminal charges in the US for copyright infringement and money laundering. 30-year-old Ukrainian, Artem Vaulin, is alleged to be the mastermind behind Kickass Torrents or ‘KAT’. Vaulin has been...

Extravagant MPs: What does the law say about excessive spending?

by Ugur Nedim
Parliamentary Speaker Bronwyn Bishop is on probation after she claimed a $5,227 helicopter ride to attend a Liberal Party fundraising dinner. While this may seem like an extravagant use of taxpayer money, Bishop denies breaking any entitlement rules. And while...

Should We Share Intelligence With Iran to Combat Terrorism?

by Ugur Nedim
With events planned across the country to mark the ANZAC centenary this weekend, Australian leaders have spent the week alongside other world leaders discussing how to best address the threat posed by terrorism. The discussions follow on from raids conducted...

Is It a Crime Not to Help Someone in Danger?

by Ugur Nedim
You may know about the Biblical parable of a man attacked and beaten by robbers during a long journey. He lay by the side of the road, dying. Two people passed him by, without stopping or offering help, while only...

The Perceived Link Between Islam and Terrorism: Misinformation and Media-Fuelled Hysteria

by Ugur Nedim
What comes to your mind when you hear the word “terrorist”? For many, the word ‘terrorist’ conjures up images of balaclava-wearing Muslim extremists carrying assault rifles and flags bearing Arabic writing. It’s a stereotype that has been fostered in part...

Alan Jones Loses Nine Year Battle Over Racist Comments

by Ugur Nedim
Very few people can polarise people the way that Alan Jones can. He has a loyal following of conservative AM listeners but has also attracted criticism for some of his controversial comments and opinions. Alan Jones has recently been defeated...

Is it a crime to threaten or intimidate someone?

by Ugur Nedim
Certain threats and intimidation are considered to be serious criminal offences. For each of those offences, the prosecution must prove certain matters beyond reasonable doubt. Those matters are called the ‘essential elements’ of the offence. Here are the essential elements...
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