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    Angela Liati, the "solitary crusader" caught up in the Marcus Einfeld case ... The cat loving, Boston Legal watcher has some strong views about what needs to be changed about Australia and the legal system ... She was on Justinian's couch in November 2008 ... A tiny treasure from our archive ... Read more ... 


     

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    Mar042013

    How wrong can you be? 

    Punters' peril ... $400,000 damages for professional negligence confiscated from client because solicitor enjoyed immunity ... Five judge panel flexes its brain power to bolster the fortress 

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