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Claire Ross

Phone: 02 4904 8083

Email: cross@turnbullhill.com.au

Claire commenced work with Turnbull Hill Lawyers as a graduate in January 2009 after attending the University of Newcastle.

Claire works in Commercial Debt Recovery, General Commercial and Equity Litigation, Corporate Insolvency and Bankruptcy and Industrial Relations and Employment Law. She has been involved in proceedings over a range of jurisdictions including the Local Court, District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, Federal Magistrate's Court, Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal and Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

Claire is committed to best practice principles and prides herself on taking a commercially sensible and practical approach to legal service delivery. She regularly identifies and analyses client needs and provides innovative legal solutions in an efficient and timely manner.

Claire's interests outside work include playing sport and spending time with her family and friends.

Specialisations

Business and Corporate Law
Commercial Litigation

Qualifications

Bachelor of Law
Bachelor of Business (majoring in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management)
Diploma of Legal Practice

Publications

Interlock driver licence for PCA and DUI offenders

Recent statistics show that over 15 percent of drink-drivers return to court for another drink-driving offence within five years (Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research, NSW, 9 December 2009). In many cases, the second offence is committed just a few months after the driver has regained his or her driver licence following disqualification fo...

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Drink Driving in NSW - Everything you need to know!

In NSW there are different blood alcohol concentrate (BAC) limits that apply at different times. NSW has three limits: 0.00; 0.02; and 0.05 In NSW there are four categories of PCA (drink driving) offences: Special range PCA applies to special category drivers with a blood alcohol concentration of bet...

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Applying for an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO)

When applying for an AVO, you should first consider if you can prove (under the Crimes (Domestic and Personal Violence) Act 2007) that you need an AVO. When applying for an AVO you will need to prove two matters: that you fear that another person will be violent towards you, harass you or intimidate or stalk you (this is a...

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Cremation and organ donation... does your family know your wishes?

One of the first things an executor must do after a person dies is to make arrangements for the funeral, burial or cremation of the deceased person's body. However, do you know it is illegal to cremate a person's body if the person has left a written direction stating he or she does not wish to be cremated? Even if the deceased person...

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Paternity Disputes in the Family Court

While it is very rare that there is a dispute about who the mother of a child is, situations do commonly arise before the Family Court concerning the paternity of a child. There are very significant legal and emotional consequences that may follow from a declaration as to parentage. Such matters include and are often linked to application...

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