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Friday, 20 May 2016In the news - Ten News
Levy on banks to support ASIC In an attempt to fend-off Labor’s plans for a banking Royal Commission, the Federal Government has promised $121 million to give greater powers to the corporate regulator, Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
Monday, 16 May 2016In the news - Money Management
Law and order in financial services Advisers could face hefty lawsuits if they are unable to keep pace with regulatory change and capability development. Jassmyn Goh finds out how advisers can avoid legal traps.
Thursday, 12 May 2016In the news - Carsguide
Thursday, 12 May 2016In the news - Sydney Morning Herald
Thursday, 12 May 2016In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Malcolm Turnbull's internship program will create a new working underclass If it is a state-sanctioned wage scandal he is after, then Malcolm Turnbull is absolutely on the right track – and he might even be breaking the law.
Tuesday, 26 April 2016In the news - Sydney Morning Herald
Working women, not ABCC, should be focus of federal election Enough with the union bashing and the rehashed debate – Australia's working women need leadership from our major parties to improve workplaces and allow them to successfully juggle motherhood and careers.
Thursday, 21 April 2016In the news - ABC News
Volkswagen: US compensation deal 'regrettably' won't affect Australian owners, lawyer says The lawyer leading an Australian class action against Volkswagen doubts an American compensation deal with the German automaker responsible for the emissions data scandal will have Australian implications.
Friday, 15 April 2016In the news - Illawarra Mercury
Pressure grows for police claims review Lawyers have called for the establishment of a review scheme for injured former NSW police officers who believe they have been treated unfairly by insurer MetLife.
Saturday, 2 April 2016In the news - The Sydney Morning Herald
Commonwealth Bank fought employee with multiple sclerosis A woman says she spoke out to show CommInsure mistreatment is not a one-off.
Thursday, 17 March 2016In the news - 7:30 Report
Call for regulation of insurance investigators after claims of bullying, intimidation Claims of bullying and intimidation by the private investigators hired to look into insurance claims have led consumer rights lawyers to push for more regulation of insurance investigations.