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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

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

Wednesday 15 February 2017
Media statements
Law firm calls for Federal funding grants to Brisbane private schools singled out by Royal Commission to be withheld until better treatment of abuse survivors proven Federal funding grants for private schools singled out in the Royal Commission, including St Paul’s at Bald Hills in Brisbane, should be withheld until the schools’ claims that processes in place to appropriately respond to abuse claims can be independently proven, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Practice Area: Sexual and institutional abuse
Monday 13 February 2017
Media statements
Efforts to return lost super to Australians with greater federal oversight welcome Efforts to ensure that Australians have their lost super returned is an overdue and important step that will benefit people not only in retirement, but also those who may have suffered a serious illness or injury Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Practice Area: Superannuation claims
Friday 03 February 2017
Media statements
Crown class action on the cards for shareholders After rolling the dice and losing on its Chinese VIP gamble – a move that has resulted in several employees being detained in China – Crown Resorts Limited (CWN) is now facing a potential shareholder revolt with investors set to seek greater accountability from Crown.
Practice Area: Class actions
Wednesday 01 February 2017
Media statements
PC Report shows marginal decline in serious medical errors, but preventable incident rates remain a concern The latest Productivity Commission report into Australian public hospitals has shown a marginal national decline in the number of serious medical errors, but concerns remain at high rates of maternal deaths and inpatient suicides, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Practice Area: Medical negligence
Wednesday 01 February 2017
In the news
Into the future: the ultimate joy ride Complex legal and ethical issues are just some of the challenges faced as autonomous vehicles take to the road.
Practice Area: Road accident injuries