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Maurice Blackburn media team

Our media team advises and supports Maurice Blackburn lawyers and clients during all forms of media engagement, including video and television appearances, radio, online and print media.

Jade Thompson
National Media Manager
(07) 3016 0396
0417 969 438

Chee Chee Leung
Victorian Media Manager
(03) 9045 6941
0412 560 584

Andrea Petrie
Media and Communications Manager
(03) 8102 2173
0412 655 264

Jacob O'Shaughnessy
Queensland Media Manager
(07) 3014 5070
0428 814 037 

Cate Kennedy
Queensland Media Advisor
(07) 3016 0319

Rebecca Nash
NSW, ACT, SA and WA Media Manager
(02) 8277 2630

Cameron Scott
Corporate Relationships Manager (Class Actions)
(Class actions media)
(03) 9605 2832
0400 876 466

Toni Wilson
General Manager of Marketing & Communications
(03) 9605 2700

Friday 23 June 2017
Media statements
Federal efforts to strengthen whistleblower protections welcome, but a bounty scheme remains critical Maurice Blackburn Lawyers have today welcomed the Federal Government’s acknowledgement that protections for corporate and tax whistleblowers are inadequate and that greater access to compensation is required, with proposed law reforms a good start in seeking fairer protections for all Australian whistleblowers.
Practice Area: Employment law services
Tuesday 20 June 2017
Media statements
Cosmetic surgery crackdown will improve patient safety Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has today welcomed new laws that will place tougher restrictions on the cosmetic surgery industry in Victoria.
Practice Area: Medical negligence
Thursday 15 June 2017
Media statements
Proposed law changes an important step in fight against elder abuse Maurice Blackburn Lawyers says proposed national law reforms on elder abuse are a significant step forward in the protection of older people from abuse.
Practice Area: Will disputes
Friday 02 June 2017
Media statements
Cover-More shows insurers can offer travel insurance without discriminatory mental health exclusion clauses A new product disclosure statement (PDS) released yesterday by travel insurer Cover-More has sent a message to all insurers that it is possible to offer travel insurance policies without discriminatory blanket mental health exclusions, according to Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Practice Area: Insurance claims
Tuesday 30 May 2017
In the news
Could doctors have saved the life of toddler Lachlan Black? The question of whether intravenous antibiotics were given too late to a toddler who died of septicemia will be the focus of a coronial inquest.
Practice Area: Medical negligence