Cruise Tour Tragedy in White Island Volcano Eruption: Who is Accountable to Injured Australians? Cruise tour passengers from Royal Caribbean’s Ovation of the Seas have been killed and injured in the White Island volcano eruption,
The 2019 Annual Wheelchair Sports Charity Luncheon was held at Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf last Friday. A group of Stacks Goudkamp lawyers and senior staff were pleased to attend and support this wonderful charity. Wheelchair
On 20 August 2019, the University of Wollongong welcomed the Honourable Justice Michael Kirby AC CMG, Dr Elisa Arcioni, and our very own, Oxford University Professor James Goudkamp, for an interview on ‘Life of an Associate on the High Court'.
Two recent promotions of a new Practice Group Leader, Alexander Morrison and a new Associate, Samantha De Freitas have been announced by Managing Director, Tom Goudkamp OAM.
The Motor Accident Injuries Act will celebrate its second anniversary on 1 December 2019. A review of the whole scheme is planned for 2020 and a 2019 review of the ‘minor injury’ definition is imminent.
Hit and Run - Can I still make a compensation claim if the other vehicle was never identified? Have you ever known somebody who has been in a ‘hit-and-run’, in which they are unable to
Cruise accident lawyers warn that Viking Sky evacuation highlights risks of cruise travel The dramatic evacuation of passengers from the cruise ship Viking Sky is unusual but comes as a stark reminder that cruise travel
Congratulations to Michael Greene who was admitted as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales on Friday 12 July 2019. Michael joined Stacks Goudkamp in May 2016 as a Paralegal, and completed
Travel law experts Stacks Goudkamp have called for a thorough investigation into the cause of the Alaskan seaplane crash, which reportedly killed six of its ten passengers, including an Australian man, on 14 May 2019.