On September 30, 2022, in Hogue v. Whitacre (2022-Ohio-3616), the Seventh District Court of Appeals provided further clarification as to what qualifies as a “direct expense” when conducting a “paying quantities” analysis.
Former Chief Justice of Hong Kong, the Honourable Geoffrey Ma GBM KC SC delivers talk entitled “A Civil Practitioner Enters the World of Criminal Law.” Mr Ma traces the development of criminal law over the centuries, intertwined with his own experiences as a senior judge in Hong Kong’s common law system.
It is not uncommon these days for parents to provide their adult children with large sums of money to assist with property purchases.
On October 11, 2022, The U.S. Department of Labor (“DOL”) proposed a new rule which, if passed, would redefine which workers are considered “employees,” and which workers qualify as “independent contractors” under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).
Last month, the Victorian Government passed the new Mental Health and Wellbeing Act (the new Act) in response to the Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System (Royal Commission).