Jack Leitner represented a husband and wife with respect to their insurance claim matter, securing a full payout of our clients' claim. After several days of significant rainfall in March 2020, our clients’ property was flooded, leaving behind a trail of home and contents damage. To add insult to injury, our clients’ insurer constantly delayed and mishandled our clients’ claim.
Affirmative Consent Laws: A rundown of the old Law, the proposed new Law and what it means for 'consent' in NSW.
Jack Leitner represented a Registered Psychologist who was subject of a complaint to the Health Care Complaints Commission pursuant to the Health Care Complaints Act 1993 (NSW).
Jack Leitner appeared on behalf of 44 year old man at Parramatta Local Court for a domestic violence assault charge, whereby he was accused of assaulting his 14 year old daughter, resulting in actual bodily harm being caused to her.
With fraud and forgery being prevalent in our society, what are the sentencing principles that guide punishments for Fraud in NSW?
Being charged with a criminal offence is a stressful and concerning appearance for many. Having to attend court can be a daunting prospect. What happens if, for whatever reason, you miss your court date and the court finds the charges against you proved, convicting you in your absence?
Parenting is not an easy task. In what circumstances does the use of physical force to discipline a child extend beyond chastisement or punishment and become criminal? The Defence of Lawful Correction in NSW.
Daniel Shestowsky appeared at Mt Druitt Local Court on behalf of an 18-year-old client who pleaded guilty to Affray after an incident at a shopping centre in Mt Druitt.