In the news
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.
Wednesday, 12 November 2014In the news - Guardian Australia
Baby Ferouz, born in Brisbane, marks his first birthday in immigration facility Australian-born child who is deemed an unauthorised arrival by immigration officials is given the only gift his father could offer in detention: a smile.
Monday, 10 November 2014In the news - Daily Telegraph, Sydney
Mr Fluffy’s legacy is a hidden killer disease Your editorial (“Mr Fluffy’s ruinous legacy”, 7/11) makes some important points about the impact of the deadly loose-fill asbestos.
Monday, 3 November 2014In the news - The Age
Commonwealth Bank CEO Ian Narev offers to appear before Senate hearing into advice scandal Commonwealth Bank chief executive Ian Narev has offered to step in and testify at a Senate inquiry into the bank's financial advice scandal, as the lender prepares to write to 300,000 customers informing them of its compensation scheme for victims of dud advice.
Thursday, 30 October 2014In the news - Lawyers Weekly
Sunday, 26 October 2014In the news - Brisbane Times
Lawyers' helping hand to Baby Ferouz The Federal Circuit Court decision last week denying 11 month old Ferouz Myuddin (Baby Ferouz) a protection visa stunned many.
Sunday, 26 October 2014In the news - The Age
Transport Accident Commission saves millions by cutting mental illness compensation claims The Transport Accident Commission has saved $142 million after a legal change that makes it harder to claim compensation for severe, long-term mental illnesses.
Saturday, 25 October 2014In the news - Sydney Morning Herald
Scheme to help protect 457 visa workers from injuries quietly shelved Andy Zhang's arm is cased in skin-coloured bandages that mask the reality of the mangled flesh beneath.
Friday, 24 October 2014In the news - Cairns Post
Cairns man to sue Coles over back injury from work fall A CAIRNS supermarket employee who needed surgery to alleviate crippling back pain suffered from a fall at work is urging the community to demand a safe work environment.
Tuesday, 14 October 2014In the news - The Age
Court case to decide fate of 100 children of asylum seekers The question of whether 100 children who were born in Australia to asylum seeker parents can be given permanent protection will be heard in the Federal Circuit Court on Tuesday.