In the news
Sunday, 14 December 2014In the news - The Age
Locked in limbo: Australia's forgotten asylum seeker babies They are the forgotten babies – born in Australia, but ignored in the deal done to release asylum seekers into the community.
Friday, 12 December 2014In the news - The Age
Victoria Police facing huge backlash from members over bullying claims Victoria Police faces a massive legal backlash from its own members over allegations of widespread bullying and standover tactics that have been ignored or covered up by force command.
Friday, 12 December 2014In the news - Echo News
Fire report sparks class action WESTERN Power and its contractor could be liable for the bushfire that destroyed 57 homes and damaged 230 properties in the Perth Hills on January 12 according to a local residents’ group.
Thursday, 11 December 2014In the news - BRW
How to promote better mental health at your workplace...by a lawyer who picks up the pieces The finance executive sitting opposite me is speaking so rapidly and erratically that I struggle to understand what he is talking about. I wait until I sense an opportunity to intervene.
Wednesday, 10 December 2014In the news - Neos Kosmos
Greek Cypriot fights for mesothelioma landmark case Chris Georgiou is taking the federal government to court for not doing enough to stop the use of asbestos building materials.
Friday, 5 December 2014In the news - New Matilda
Deal Supposed To Help Children Will Likely Send 25 Babies To Offshore Detention Lawyers say a total of 44 asylum seeker children currently in Australia could be deported to Nauru as a result of the legislation. Max Chalmers reports.
Tuesday, 2 December 2014In the news - ABC
Mr Fluffy: Homeowner with mesothelioma brings landmark case against Commonwealth over asbestos in his roof A man who says he got mesothelioma from exposure to "Mr Fluffy" loose-fill asbestos in his home is bringing a landmark legal case against the Commonwealth.
Monday, 1 December 2014In the news - ABC Radio
Canberra man to fight landmark legal case concerning Mr Fluffy asbestos insulation MARK COLVIN: A man with mesothelioma who says he got it from exposure to loose-fill asbestos insulation is bringing a landmark legal case against the Commonwealth.
Monday, 24 November 2014In the news - Herald Sun
Tayla Richardson: Precious girl dies in Royal Children’s Hospital medication bungle Trained chef Cath Richardson cringed when her daughter Tayla, 3, begged for McDonald’s fries or hash browns for breakfast, but they seemed to satisfy the toddler’s puzzling appetite.
Friday, 14 November 2014In the news - Australian Financial Review
Class action numbers stable since 1992 study Public and corporate fear of mammoth class actions is largely a result of scaremongering, according to a report released by Monash Business School, which found the number of cases over the past two decades was stable.