Green V Bestobell Industries Pty Ltd. 1982

WAR 1 Supreme Court of Western Australia.  The Case Green was a director of Bestobell Industries. Bestobell Industries were contracted to a construction project in Western Australia. Green obtained information on how much Bestobell were submitting for the tender. Green submitted a tender for a key part of the project under another business name, without … Continue reading Green V Bestobell Industries Pty Ltd. 1982

Law Case Problem Solving – IRAC Method

Example Case: Raceway Go Karts Relevant Facts Defendant: Partnership (owner-operators), evidence of dangerous track, 1-3 full time counter staff, 8-10 go kart staff (depends on amount of customers), staff young without induction training, no safety procedures in place, little maintenance, all users sign a waiver form. Approval to operate as a go kart track had never … Continue reading Law Case Problem Solving – IRAC Method

Origins of Australian Law & Legal Systems: Part 1 British History

The 18th century in Britain signified the end of the agrarian economy. With new land reforms of the Agricultural Revolution, agriculture productivity had rose due to new crop rotations. While, it had also declined the agriculture share of the labour force, having driven small farmers off the land, seeking work in newly established factory towns. … Continue reading Origins of Australian Law & Legal Systems: Part 1 British History

Free Online Course Content May Be Scrapped Following U.S. DOJ Limited Access Violation

U.S. Justice of Department accused and warned that Berkeley through the edX platform for massive open online courses, and videos on YouTube and iTunes University content don’t meet federal requirements for accessibility in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). While, the content is offered for free, making it accessible to those who could … Continue reading Free Online Course Content May Be Scrapped Following U.S. DOJ Limited Access Violation