ICAC is a statutory organisation that exercises its roles and responsibilities under its founding statue Independent Commission Against Corruption Act 1988 (NSW).
ICAC is thereby enabled to investigate and make binding statutory determinations dealing with ‘corrupt conduct’ for most types of public sector employees, including:
For instance the UK Law Lords in Watkins v Home Office & Ors  UKHL 17 gave clear indication special form damages need to be suffered by the aggrieved party to ground an action of Misfeasance in Public Office.
This might be the case perhaps if it is proven in a Superior court that:
The elements of proving an actionable wrong in the tort of Misfeasance in Public Office, briefly involves the aggrieved party proving an act or series of acts and/or omissions were:
If your business plays by the rules and complies with all its legal obligations in certain circumstances a ‘corrupt’ and ‘maliciously acting’ public official could have indeed caused your business special loss and damage.
This of course remains a matter for determination by our Superior courts.
Pambris Law looks forward to accepting instructions where your business may have been seriously adversely affected by a maliciously acting Public Official without fear or favour.
The Uniform Civil Procedure Rules (UCPR) mandates solicitor directors facilitate the just, quick and cheap resolution of proceedings.
Pambris Law has specifically formed an operational business model with regard to the UCPR ideally positioned to offer efficient and effective legal services to resolve your litigated matter.
Commercial Litigation often involves seemingly immovable party vs. party positions that naturally increase your focus on litigation costs.
Pambris Law suggests when you adopt a number of techniques in the way you move forward with commercial disputes you can often reduce litigation costs.
Those techniques include: