Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Queensland class action regime an important step in providing access to justice Australia’s leading class actions law firm, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, has today welcomed this week’s introduction of a class action regime in Queensland.
Friday, 4 November 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Federal redress scheme critical in providing access to justice for abuse survivors The announcement this afternoon of a federal redress scheme for survivors of institutionalised sexual abuse is a critical step forward in providing access to justice, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Thursday, 3 November 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Insurance Super Working Group welcome in driving better standards for consumers The announcement of an Insurance in Superannuation Industry Working Group to drive improvement and better standards in the insurance and superannuation industries has been welcomed by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Friday, 28 October 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
IOOF case against Maurice Blackburn dismissed A Supreme Court action brought by listed financial advice company IOOF against Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has been resolved with both parties agreeing to walk away without costs.
Friday, 28 October 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Licensing scheme likely to help stop worker exploitation Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has welcomed a decision by the Victorian Government to introduce a licensing scheme to better regulate the scandal-plagued labour hire industry.
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
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Key class action development to drive down costs The Federal Court has today handed down one of the most significant decisions in recent class action history, approving ‘common fund’ orders which are expected to increase access to justice and decrease costs for claimants.
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Landmark lawsuit filed against pokies industry in Federal Court A landmark pro-bono legal action that is set to highlight the deceptive and misleading behaviour of electronic gaming machine manufacturers, designers and venues has today been filed in the Federal Court by Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Monday, 17 October 2016
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Time for life insurers to get serious about industry reform Today’s federal government announcement that it will establish a statutory body to enforce professional standards for financial advisors has again highlighted the toothless nature of the Financial Services Council’s own code of practice, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Friday, 14 October 2016
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Health shake-up welcome, but patients must come before bureaucracy Maurice Blackburn Lawyers have today welcomed an overhaul of the Victorian health system but said it remained critical that all solutions for delivering better outcomes remained focussed on justice for victims, survivors and their families.
Wednesday, 12 October 2016
Maurice Blackburn Media Statements -
Scathing ASIC life insurance findings show Royal Commission still urgently needed The release of scathing findings by the corporate regulator into life insurance show that a Royal Commission and an enforceable code of conduct are the only ways to clean-up the industry once and for all, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers said today.
Wednesday, 12 October 2016
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Slater & Gordon sued in $250m+ shareholder class action Australia’s number one class actions law firm, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, is today filing what shapes as one of the largest shareholder class action in Australian history – against listed law firm Slater and Gordon (SGH).
Friday, 23 September 2016
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Fireworks in ACCC / Volkswagen Federal Court showdown Lawyers for Volkswagen’s German Head Office have been directed out of the Federal Court today to reconsider their position, after Justice Lindsay Foster described Volkswagen’s conduct as “unacceptable” and “incredibly annoying”, in the case brought by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission.