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Interlock Laws for Mid-Range PCA

Interlock is an electronic breath testing device connected to the ignition of a vehicle which prevents the vehicle from starting if alcohol is detected. The device also includes a camera to record a photograph of the person giving the breath sample.  From 3 December...

CMC Steps Up for Down Syndrome

Our team from Caldwell Martin Cox were up bright and early last Sunday to help set up for the Step Up for Down Syndrome walk at Picton Botanic Gardens, marking out the start with a row of blue and white balloons. We spent a lot of the day handing out balloons, popcorn...

CMC Welcomes Two Additional Partners!

We are excited to announce the appointment of two additional Partners at Caldwell Martin Cox, Lance Watson and Jillaine Duve. Lance and Jillaine have both been a part of the CMC Team for a number of years, during which time they have shown consistency and dedication...

What happens to LuLu & Buster?

People always think about their house, bank accounts and car when preparing their Will but no one thinks about their pets. The poor creatures who depend on us for so much are often forgotten and can be left without a home or money to look after them.  At Caldwell...

New additions to the CMC Team!

We are excited to welcome Melissa Ryan and Jill Nash to the CMC Team! Melissa will be working from our Camden, 24 Hill Street office as a Licensed Conveyancer, and Jill Nash will be working from our Narellan office as a Legal Secretary.     

Family Law: Knowledge Is Power!

Most, if not all, people who have separated would describe the process as one that is incredibly challenging and stressful. It can be soul destroying, all consuming and expensive. Knowing what to do, and what not to do, can make all the difference and the sooner you...

Employers – beware of playing doctor!

A recent unfair dismissal case in the Fair Work Commission involved a warehouse supervisor who had made two workers' compensation claims and was working restricted hours with modified duties.Whilst on annual leave in September 2016, he competed in a golf competition....

Who lays the charges?

As most people have limited contact with our criminal justice system, it is often surprising for them to discover that, unlike in America, it is not the victim of a crime that 'presses' the charges in Australia but it is in fact the Police.There are many instances...

Legal Assistance for Injured Workers

 Did you know that for the past few years an injured worker has usually been required to pay their own workers' compensation legal fees regardless of whether or not they are successful in a claim?The Government has now introduced the Workers' Compensation Independent...

Step Up! For Down Syndrome

We were lucky to see a beautiful Spring day on Sunday, 17 September 2017, which had the CMC Team volunteering at the Step Up! For Down Syndrome charity walk in Picton Botanic Gardens. Our volunteers, together with participants of the charity walk, partook in various...

Is a Diamond Really Forever?

 It is not uncommon for people to separate during an engagement period before they get married. It then begs the question, who keeps the engagement ring? Does the recipient have to return it to the donor?Whilst you cannot sue a former fiancé for Breach of Promise in...

New laws surrounding ‘Revenge Porn’

New South Wales has joined Victoria and South Australia in making it a criminal offence to share sexual images of a person without their consent.  The legislation has passed both houses of Parliament but has not yet commenced.  The recording and the distributing of...