Friday, 13 November 2015
In the news - Property Observer
Landlord sued for $300,000 over balcony collapse A tenant of a rental property in Melbourne's Frankston South has successfully sued his landlord for a $300,000 compensation payment after the balustrade of a balcony collapsed, causing injury.
Saturday, 1 March 2014
In the news - Pangolin Associates
Testimonial from Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Maurice Blackburn has worked closely with Pangolin Associates for several years. Pangolin has helped us to monitor our carbon emissions and has provided us with reports aiding us in identifying where we can improve, and how we have improved as a sustainable business year on year.
Tuesday, 17 December 2013
In the news - Herald Sun
AFL must be the ringmaster, not the juggler The Australian Football League Limited is a company. It exists to manage and administer the business of the Australian Football League. These days, the game is big business and a very successful one, generating about $500 million in revenue per annum.
Sunday, 15 December 2013
In the news - Geelong Advertiser
Santa Claus is alive and well I believe in Santa Claus. I know he is real. I met him when I was seven.
Thursday, 12 December 2013
In the news - Proctor | December 2013
Queensland Law Society Agnes McWhinney Award Maurice Blackburn Strathpine office principal Michelle James was presented with the award by QLS president Annette Bradfield, who described her as a leader in her field of law, and generous and selfless in giving much to the community.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
In the news - Geelong Advertiser
Beach lesson is one to share We decided to spend a recent, glorious, Sunday afternoon with my siblings and their tribes at the Port Melbourne sand park. It is gorgeous. You can see the cruiser boats at dock and hear the water lapping in the distance while the children, climb, swing and dig.
Wednesday, 11 December 2013
In the news - The Age Victoria
Girl 'spear tackled' by Metro officer is under Anglicare's guardianship A 15-year-old girl who was picked up and allegedly spear-tackled by a Metro ticket inspector lives in residential care under the guardianship of an organisation that cares for some of the state's most vulnerable children, who cannot live at home due to family neglect and abuse.
Wednesday, 27 November 2013
In the news - Geelong Advertiser
Their boredom my happiness It was the summer of 1982. We were living in Sydney. The hot summer air was sticky with humidity.
Monday, 25 November 2013
In the news - Brisbane Times
Lawyers to try and stop baby going to Nauru The fight to save an asylum seeker family from being sent to Nauru with their sick newborn baby will return to a Brisbane court on Tuesday.
Monday, 25 November 2013
In the news - Canberra Times
Maurice Blackburn rejects attack on class actions Maurice Blackburn has dismissed the chief of Treasury Wine Estates' criticism about shareholder class actions as a ''glass-jaw reaction''.
Friday, 22 November 2013
In the news - News
Lawyers stop baby going to Nauru THE federal government won't send a two-week-old baby and his asylum-seeker family to Nauru before next week after lawyers sought a court order to stop their removal.
Wednesday, 20 November 2013
In the news - Geelong Advertiser
A question of gender balance "Men who are not the main breadwinners for their families can become demoralised and this can lead to other negative impacts such as loss of self-worth and esteem".