TOPIC: Social justice

Puppy farmers put on notice after tribunal decision

Puppy farmers put on notice after tribunal decision

Dodgy dog breeders have been put on notice after a Victorian couple successfully took legal action against the Gumtree sellers who sold them a flea and worm-infested puppy.

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The life and death legal fights for the sick kids on Nauru

The life and death legal fights for the sick kids on Nauru

In 2018 Maurice Blackburn has acted pro bono to get more than 20 people off Nauru for medical care. Many of our cases involved children, some as young as six months old. It is no exaggeration to say that these are life and death cases.

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Supporting Queensland’s Indian community

Supporting Queensland’s Indian community

In times where migration, migrants and multiculturalism is being attacked, we need to bond together to ensure equality and access to justice.  Our new partnership with the Federation of Indian Communities Queensland means people of Indian origin can access legal help, fast.

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 Working towards constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

Working towards constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples

There are some very big changes brewing at the Federal and Victorian State level regarding the way Parliament will interact with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the future.

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Road rights

5 things cyclists want car drivers to know

Bicycles are legally recognised as a vehicle on the road, meaning cyclists enjoy the same rights to use public roads as other road users.

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Asbestos

We need to talk about silicosis

Respiratory disease silicosis poses a threat to a new generation of Aussie workers.

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Will disputes

Everything you should know about DIY wills

DIY wills may seem like an easy option, but they're often more trouble than they're worth. Here’s how to avoid the pitfalls.

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