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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

Wednesday 22 November 2017
Media statements
WA Government legislation to help abuse victims welcome Maurice Blackburn Lawyers have applauded today’s introduction of legislation by the Western Australian Attorney-General as a welcome step in improving access to justice for institutionalised abuse survivors.
Practice Area: Sexual and institutional abuse
Tuesday 21 November 2017
Media statements
Class action investigation into Uber over unlawful conduct Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, Australia’s leading class action law firm, has today opened registrations for taxi and hire car drivers, operators and licence owners regarding investigations the firm is undertaking over Uber’s alleged unlawful conduct in the Victorian market.
Practice Area: Class actions
Tuesday 21 November 2017
Media statements
Action needed to address rampant wage theft and protect vulnerable workers A damning study released today makes clear that Australia still has a long way to go to go in addressing systemic wage theft, including ensuring protections are in place for vulnerable workers to come forward and recover underpayments, according to Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Practice Area: Employment law
Tuesday 21 November 2017
In the news
Uber faces Victorian taxi industry class action over illegal operation Victorian taxi and hire car drivers are being offered the chance to join a class action against US-based ride sharing giant Uber, with claims operators were slugged because the company was illegally operating in the state for four years.
Friday 17 November 2017
Media statements
Royal Commission recommendations must be acted on to ensure a fair Northern Territory youth detention system Lawyers heading a class action for young people abused whilst in detention in the Northern Territory’s youth justice system have today welcomed the final report of the Royal Commission into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory.
Practice Area: Class actions