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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 Manager, Public Affairs
(07) 3016 0396
0417 969 438

Paddy Murphy
Victorian Media Manager
(03) 8102 2003
0490 297 391

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

Cate Kennedy
Queensland Media Advisor
Part-time: Wednesday & Thursday
(07) 3016 0319

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

Cameron Scott
National Manager, Stakeholder Engagement 
(03) 9605 2832
0400 876 466

Toni Wilson
General Manager of Marketing
(03) 9605 2700

Monday 21 October 2019
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements
Class action win as Cash Converters coughs up for clients Around 68,000 Queensland Cash Converters clients have today secured $42.5 million in compensation over allegations the payday lender breached Queensland credit laws by effectively charging borrowers interest rates of more than 175 per cent per annum.
Practice Area: Class actions
Friday 18 October 2019
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements
ASIC TPD insurance report puts the spotlight on ADL definitions Insurance lawyers have today welcomed an ASIC report into TPD insurance and the claims handling process, saying the report had identified key issues for reform, including harsh and unfair definition terms.
Practice Area: Superannuation and insurance
Thursday 17 October 2019
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements
Colonial’s MySuper delay draws class action Australia’s leading class action firm, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, has today filed a class action on behalf of thousands of MySuper account holders with Colonial First State in relation to alleged breaches of super trustee duties that have caused substantial losses to over 100,000 members over several years.
Practice Area: Class actions
Friday 11 October 2019
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements
AWU welcomes court's decision that investigation leading to AFP raids was invalid The Australian Workers' Union has today welcomed the Federal Court's ruling that the Registered Organisations Commission (ROC) did not have reasonable grounds to launch an investigation into the union that led to the AFP raiding the AWU's offices.
Practice Area: Employment law
Tuesday 01 October 2019
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements
Increase in organisations joining national Redress Scheme welcome, but more work urgently needed Lawyers for abuse survivors have today welcomed the announcement that more than 300 additional sites have joined the National Redress Scheme, but said the scheme continued to have a long way to go in delivering proper access to justice for survivors.
Practice Area: Abuse law