Detention Centre managers
In one of Australia’s longest and most complex injury trials we acted for the former managers of immigration detention centres. The claim was brought by a young former detainee who alleged psychiatric injuries arising from his treatment in detention. The case generated significant media interest. Whilst the claim ultimately settled, the trial posed significant challenges, including dealing with aggrieved former employees who appeared as witnesses for the plaintiff and complex issues arising from the external management of core government policy in an area of close public scrutiny.
June 15, 2015
Key points House owner (respondent) engaged handyman to affix range-hood to kitchen wall Three years later range-hood fell onto tenant (appellant)…Continue reading
April 7, 2015
Partner Penny Moore has left Jarman McKenna to join the Perth office of Moray & Agnew. Moore is well known and…Continue reading
December 18, 2018
Terravision Pty Ltd v Black Box Control Pty Ltd [No 5]  WASC 340 Facts Consideration of the appropriate costs orders…Continue reading