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Who owns my body after I die? Can I leave my entire estate to my dog? Do I own the rights to the tattoo on my arm? Welcome to Trial by Podcast, a fortnightly podcast series by Australian law firm, McCabes where we discuss dinner-party legal topics, current events and the laws surrounding them.
 
Gomez Trial Attorneys' dedicated brain injury lawyers share their vast knowledge on litigating brain injury cases from incident to trial. Featuring John Gomez, medical experts, brain injury survivors, and other trial attorneys, the podcast will to discuss the advances in this constantly evolving area of medicine and law practice.
 
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It's common for makeup stores and chemists to have makeup samples for customers, so that they can try before they buy. In this Trial By Podcast, Law Graduates Naomi Ralphs and Tiffany Wong discuss what happens when this process can go wrong, such as the 2015 incident where Sephora was sued by someone who contracted oral herpes from a lipstick at on…
 
The growth of social media has correlated with the growth of online advertising, often stealthily hidden through influencer promotions.Law Graduates Jack Cale and Catherine McCorriston discuss the laws around whether influencers are required to disclose when they are advertising, and how brands need to navigate this new and lucrative way to reach n…
 
The roads of the future will inevitably be lined with autonomous vehicles, leaving the decision-making to artificial intelligence rather than humans.Law Graduates Jack Cale and Tennille Chester discuss the innovative laws that will form in response to this eventuality, and see what is in store as we begin to adapt to these new technologies.…
 
The defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard was a polarising event, with domestic violence and toxicity in relationships at the forefront of proceedings.In this Trial By Podcast, Law Graduates Kaitlyn Oliver, Maddy Cron, Ella Trevena, Georgina Le Sueur, and Lawyer Shay Sorefan take a comprehensive look into the background of the case, …
 
If you’re a dog lover, there aren’t too many things better than a cute puppy. Characteristics such as wrinkles, tiny heads, or flat noses are always aww-worthy, but selective breeding for ‘cute’ purposes has been proven to lead to genetic disorders in dogs.In this Trial By Podcast episode, Law Graduates Kaitlyn Oliver and Ella Trevena dive into the…
 
The trade of crypto assets has soared in popularity with around 3.4% of the Australian population owning some form of cryptocurrency. The question we have is, what happens at tax time after you make a profit from crypto?In this Trial By Podcast episode, Lawyer Shay Sorefan and Law Graduate Georgina Le Sueur examine the current laws around taxation …
 
Gun manufacturer Remington has settled with the families of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Remington's marketing was found for be aimed towards young men, which is said to have contributed to tragic event that occurred. Law Graduates Samantha Jack and Kelly Williams explore the tough, controversial issue of gun law, and w…
 
In case you somehow missed it, Gladys Berejiklian resigned from her position as NSW Premier in September after ICAC announced that they were investigating whether she breached the public trust. In this Trial By Podcast episode, Graduate Lawyers William Wade and Emma Jagot unpack what ICAC is, and take a deep dive into why everyone is talking about …
 
Whether it’s Alexa, Google Home or Siri, most of us probably use at least one of these. But a heated topic of debate continues to surround these devices: are they listening to us and recording our conversations?In this next episode of Trial By Podcast, Graduate Lawyers Monique Messenger and William Wade answer three of our biggest questions:- Are t…
 
The High Court confirmed on 8 September 2021 that media companies are responsible for the disparaging comments made on their Facebook posts, and can even be sued for these comments.Law Graduates Jacqueline White and William Wade discuss the case of Fairfax Media Publications v Voller, and some of the potential consequences of the decision made by t…
 
From citizen's arrests by anti-Uber activists, to a Sydneysider implanting the chip from an Opal travel card into his hand, we have seen some unique legal cases pop up over the years.In this episode of Trial By Podcast, Law Graduates Emma Jagot and Monique Messenger count down their top five most unusual legal cases in Australia.…
 
In today's episode, Law Graduates Monique Messenger and William Wade will be discussing an area of law reform which has been received well in the headlines: the NSW miscarriage law reform and federal reform to the Fair Work Act.But, they will also be broadening this conversation to look at how Australia compares internationally when it comes to par…
 
New Zealander Laurel Hubbard became one of the first openly transgenders athletes to compete in an Olympic Games this year. However, her participation was heavily criticised as she was competing in the over 87-kilogram weightlifting event. Some critics deemed this to be unfair as she was born biologically male.Where does the law lie for female tran…
 
Why is it that sports players involved in serious acts of violence during a game are rarely criminally prosecuted, and are often only put on report or suspended by the relevant sporting body?Law Graduates Emma Jagot and William Wade discuss this and relevant case law in this episode of Trial By Podcast.…
 
In this episode of Trial By Podcast, Law Graduates Monique Messenger and Jacqueline White will be looking at the changes to consent laws in New South Wales.Please note sexual assault is discussed in this episode, which may be distressing for some listeners. If you would like to skip to the segment focussing on the changes to consent laws, please go…
 
At the end of last month, a defining moment occurred in Australianlitigation: a group of teenagers sued the Australian environment minister.Why?They alleged that he had failed to protect young people from the climate change impacts of a coal mine project.In fact, climate litigation in Australian courts has been steadily increasing in the last few y…
 
In Australia, judges have a mandatory retirement age of between 70 and 75. But decades on from when this law was introduced, is it time to make it a thing of the past?In this episode, law graduates Jacqueline White and William Wade debate both sides of the argument: that the mandatory retirement age should exist, and that the mandatory retirement a…
 
Have you ever searched your name online? Were you happy with the results that appeared?In today's episode, lawyer Elise Newling and law graduate Emma Jagot discuss two legal cases in which Google was sued for defamation.They also discuss the steps you can take if defamatory material is published about you online.…
 
The #FreeBritney movement, and Britney Spears' conservatorship, has had a lot of media attention in recent years.But why is Britney under conservatorship? And do we have a similar arrangement here in Australia?Hosted by Stephanie Andrew, a lawyer in McCabe Curwood's Litigation and Dispute Resolution group, and law graduate Monique Messenger.…
 
In this episode, Chiara Rawlins, Principal in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group at McCabe Curwood, talks to law graduates Monique Messenger and William Wade about her path to Principal.Chiara has a candid discussion on her career journey, the challenges she has faced, and the advice she would give to people seeking a career in law.…
 
Most of us have accepted a product or service's 'Terms and Conditions' without actually reading them, like with gym memberships or mobile phone plans. But what if one of the terms in the contract allowed the brand to increase fees without telling you? What if, instead of paying $50 a month, they could suddenly increase it to $100?In this episode, L…
 
Uber is now trialling 'Uber Pet', which allows people to ride with their pet. With 4 in every 10 Australian households owning a dog, it's a service many of us will be interested in.However, this raises questions on how the laws surrounding dogs in cars would apply.Law grads Jacqueline White and Monique Messenger discuss:- The NSW legislation govern…
 
McCabe Curwood's 2021 rotating graduate program launched last month. In the first episode of Trial by Podcast for the year, new graduates Emma Jagot and William Wade ask lawyers (and past-graduates) Stephanie Andrews and Andrew Gouveia about their experiences in the program.This includes:- Their biggest concerns when starting as law graduates- The …
 
The first COVID-19 vaccines have been rolled out in a handful of countries overseas, and Australia is set to launch their program at the beginning of 2021. A number of legal issues will likely arise during this, one being whether your employer can make you get the vaccine.In the final episode of the series, Emma Connolly and Lachlan Hallab discuss …
 
Today's episode looks at a topic widely circulated over the past few weeks: voter fraud. Trump accuses the Democratic Party of using it to win the 2020 US Presidential Election. But, when are claims of voter fraud baseless, how does it apply in Australia, and what are the penalties? Law Graduate Andrew Gouveia answers all this, and discusses some u…
 
Today, we're looking at one of the primary issues facing transgender people in Australian correction centres: which prison do they serve time in, the prison of their biological sex or of their identified gender? Law Graduate, Talia Mason, looks at how it works in each state across Australia, and key areas of concern for this community.…
 
You may have seen #AFairCode trending online, or Facebook and Instagram threatening to stop Australians sharing and spreading news on their platforms. In this episode of Trial by Podcast, Andrew Gouveia looks at the news media bargaining code and how it could impact on everyday social media users, online platforms, news outlets and journalists.…
 
Most of us don't think twice about our everyday social media interactions, so it may surprise you to learn that a Google business review, comment on social media or even a text message has landed people in legal hot water in the past. Law Graduate Talia Mason looks at some of these prominent defamation cases, and outlines changes to the NSW defamat…
 
Why was there a dispute over the packaging of two peanut butter brands? Why is Hungry Jack's not called Burger King? What lessons can businesses learn from these intellectual property cases? All covered in this episode of Trial by Podcast, with Law Graduates Lachlan Hallab and Emma Connolly.由McCabes Lawyers
 
Scroll through your social media feeds: are many of the influencers you follow selling a product from another brand? Is it a paid advertisement? Has it been made clear this is the case? In this episode of Trial by Podcast, Law Graduate Andrew Gouveia looks at the legal implications of influencer marketing on social media.…
 
Are you a start-up business looking to raise funds? You might be considering equity crowd-sourced funding, which allows businesses to do this through an online intermediary. Join Michele Izzo, an Associate in McCabe Curwood's Corporate team, and Law Graduate Andrew Gouveia, as they discuss who is eligible for crowd-sourced funding and the different…
 
Partner Ben Coughlan interviews special guest Dr. Mark Ashley, founder and CEO of Centre for Neuro Skills covering the topic of rehabilitation and recovery from a traumatic brain injury and what you can do to help survivors through the recovery process. Ben spends some time educating on the topic, interviewing Dr. Mark Ashley and finally Attorney K…
 
Episode 18 is Part 2 of Trial by Podcast's COVID-19 Special Edition. In this episode, Lawyers Stephanie Andrews and Gidon Kangisser talk all other things law during the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics include insolvency and bankruptcy reforms, Directors' duty to prevent insolvent trading, employment and cyber security.…
 
Episode 17 is Part 1 of Trial by Podcast's COVID-19 Special Edition. Lawyers Stephanie Andrews and Gidon Kangisser discuss contractual issues arising from the Coronavirus pandemic including force majeure, the doctrine of frustration and termination of contract.由McCabes Lawyers
 
In episode 16 of Trial by Podcast, Law Graduate Andrew Gouveia discusses whether Coronavirus could be considered a force majeure event, and the implications this could have on a contract. He also offers practical tips and key elements for drafting force majeure clauses going forward.由McCabes Lawyers
 
In episode fifteen of Trial by Podcast, Lawyer Stephanie Andrews and Law Graduate Talia Mason unpack subpoenas. From how to draft a subpoena, to the difference between conduct money and compliance costs, this is the perfect crash course for law graduates and junior lawyers.由McCabes Lawyers
 
Traumatic Brainstorm Host Ben Coughlan and GTA Founder John H. Gomez interview Dr. Anthony Zaccaglin, a former chiropractor who suffered a mild traumatic brain injury from a slip and fall accident in a Starbucks. Dr. Zaccaglin shares his story including his injury, the stressful litigation process, the impact of his trial verdict, and his road to r…
 
Partners Ben Coughlan and Jessica Sizemore interview Erica Chavez from BD&J Law, who serves as the Chairman of the Brain Injury Association of California (BIACAL), covering the basics of mild traumatic brain injury cases. They break down definitions, statistics, valuable witnesses, questions to ask when screening potential clients, an overview of t…
 
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