2013

Thursday, 14 February 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
VCAT rules to block pokies barn in EPIC Castlemaine battle A pokies invasion on the Victorian town of Castlemaine has been stopped, after the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal today ended the long battle by finding in favour of the community group Enough Pokies in Castlemaine (EPIC).
Tuesday, 12 February 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Government steps in right direction on workplace bullying Moves by the Federal Government to allow victims of workplace bullying a speedy complaints process at the Fair Work Commission have been welcomed by prominent workplace lawyer Josh Bornstein of Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Wednesday, 6 February 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Visy attempting a third dismissal at Dandenong Cardboard king Visy is facing further Federal Court proceedings over its sudden decision to stand down several employees, by citing concerns about their continued capacity to perform their jobs.
Friday, 1 February 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Kilmore East - Kinglake bushfire class action to close With the state's largest trial of the year nearing its beginning on 4 March, the Supreme Court has ordered that people who suffered injury, property or economic loss as a result of the 2009 Black Saturday bushfire in the Kilmore East-Kinglake area must now register their compensation claims.
Friday, 1 February 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Maurice Blackburn 2013 client satisfaction survey Maurice Blackburn conducts a biennial survey that helps to understand our clients’ satisfaction with our service and how we can improve it for current and future clients.
Monday, 21 January 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Discrimination case filed against cardboard giant Visy A 40-year-old Dandenong man is fighting to keep his long-term job with cardboard giant Visy, with the company accused of discrimination in threatening to sack the veteran employee.
Thursday, 3 January 2013
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Class action widens with allegations Bonsoy companies ignored iodine test results Spiral Foods and the two Japanese companies that manufactured and exported Bonsoy soy milk ignored test results of the product and multiple consumer concerns, according to class action lawyers acting for over 600 people made ill by drinking the milk.
Sunday, 22 January 2012
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Visy’s backflip sees worker keep his job A 40-year-old Dandenong man has won his battle to keep his long-term job with cardboard giant Visy, with the company late today backing down on its threats to sack the veteran employee.