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Maurice Blackburn is Australia’s leading class action practice, having recovered more than $2.6 billion for clients.
Superannuation & insurance
We’re experts in fighting for Australians so they receive the full benefits in their insurance and superannuation policies.
Financial services disputes
Have you received dodgy financial advice from financial planners, brokers or financial advisers? We can help you recover what's rightfully yours.
Wills & estates
Whether you are thinking of making or disputing a Will, or if you are the executor or beneficiary of a Will that is being challenged, we can assist you.
Our executive employment lawyers can help you to successfully resolve an employment dispute, protecting your professional reputation and financial stability.
We are Australia's leading social justice law firm, fighting for the rights of everyday Australians.
Sometimes there’s a fine line between constructive criticism and bullying – between being the boss and being a bully. What should you do when your manager crosses that line?
Maurice Blackburn’s Giri Sivaraman cautions against finding yourself in an unlawful unpaid work arrangement.
What are the parental leave entitlements for LGBTI employees, including birth-related leave and adoption-related leave? What’s available and how can it be accessed?
Many Australian employees have the daunting task of juggling caring commitments with work responsibilities. Here we discuss the rights and entitlements of carers, and the best course of action if these are denied.
Being proactive and seeking financial advice can make your future secure and stress-free.
If your home contains asbestos, you should be aware of how to manage this material safely. Our lawyer guides you through this important process.
Negligent or misleading financial advice can be devastating.
If you’re riding on a poorly maintained bike path, serious incidents can and do occur. We provide some tips for what to do if you’re injured.
It doesn’t cost you anything to know where you stand