In the news

Tuesday, 28 August 2018
In the news - ABC Radio
What does your boss know about you and why do they want so much information? The digital tools you use have made it easy for employers to put together a detailed profile of who you are, your habits, activities and personality.
Wednesday, 22 August 2018
In the news - ABC Life
Sick days, employment contracts and overtime: Your workplace rights, explained Have you ever wondered if it's OK to text in sick? Or worried about how much notice you need to give if you're planning a holiday?
Monday, 13 August 2018
In the news - The Guardian
Calls for Queensland to jail employers over 'rampant' wage theft Lawyers and unions representing vulnerable workers have called for Queensland to enact the country’s toughest laws criminalising wage theft, including $1m fines or 10-year jail terms for the most reckless employers.
Tuesday, 7 August 2018
In the news - Lawyers Weekly
The top of the game Each year, Lawyers Weekly looks to recognise the partners, or partner equivalents, going beyond the standard expected of them.
Tuesday, 10 July 2018
In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Cosmetics king hit with $100k underpayment, bullying claim Make-up mogul Napoleon Perdis and his former right-hand man are at logger-heads in the Federal Court amid claims the latter was allegedly underpaid and loaded up with personal errands.
Monday, 2 July 2018
In the news - LSJ: Law Society Journal
Litigation funding in Australia The cost of pursuing legal remedies often imposes insurmountable hurdles. 3rd party litigation funding has provided an effective, market-based solution to access to justice.
Friday, 8 June 2018
In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Independent body needed to oversee franchising system, say lawyers An independent regulatory body is needed to oversee the franchising system, lawyers will tell a parliamentary inquiry on Friday.
Thursday, 7 June 2018
In the news - The Australian Financial Review
Contingency fees for class action lawyers will help victims In the 26 years since the Federal Court's class actions regime was introduced, countless consumers, shareholders, investors and victims of preventable disasters have benefited from class actions.
Thursday, 24 May 2018
In the news - Hume Riverina Community Legal Service blog
Local lawyer repays community with help for people in need of legal assistance A strong social conscience drawn out of the caring community he grew up in has driven a local man to volunteer to help locals needing legal advice for a range of issues.
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
In the news - The Advertiser
Michelle James: Catholics must break confessional seal It is well past time that the Catholic Church put its obligations to children first.
Thursday, 10 May 2018
In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Thursday, 3 May 2018
In the news - Gold Coast Bulletin
How we can avoid another tragedy like Dolly Dolly Everett died by suicide earlier this year. She was 14 years old; her death shocked the nation and kicked off a national conversation about bullying and cyberhate.