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Double risk of some breast surgery complications with non-certified doctors
DPF class action appeal: Toyota statement
Social justice warrior – Sister Brigid Arthur
Slater and Gordon announces class action investigation into ESTA over ambulance call and dispatch operations failures that have
Robodebt Royal Commission
ASIC extends relief from certain dollar disclosures in PDSs for litigation funding schemes
Stronger Penalties to Protect Older Australians In Aged Care
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group Ltd over investor losses
NZ refugee resettlement deal welcome but long overdue
Financial sector no longer main target: Class Action Risk report
Millions in entitlements for casual miners snatched by Morrison and Hanson
Slater and Gordon’s pioneering social work service helps improve clients’ lives
New Judges Appointed To County Court Of Victoria
Scholarship supporting Indigenous women in law
How people power helped saved Argentine Sea from oil companies
Breaking election promise on integrity commission could prove costly
Class action supporters welcome Cash canning her dud class action plan
Politics Federal election no time for federal ICAC: Cash
Ensuring fair and reasonable returns to class action plaintiffs 17 January
Class Action Against OTR Takes Positive Step, But Further Delayed
ANZ acknowledges class action proceedings filed by Phi Finney McDonald
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class action against Beach Energy
Class action being investigated over unlawful police searches at Splendour in Grass music festivals
Industry welcomes introduction of class action litigation funding reforms into Parliament
Litigation funding reforms introduced into Parliament
Slater & Gordon investigating shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group
Star faces major class action after money laundering revelations spark share price plunge
Robo-debt style automated decision-making needs new legal solutions
Woolworths to pay workers another $50 million to make up for underpayments
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class actions on behalf of investors against a2 Milk
Ensuring fair and reasonable returns to class action plaintiffs
Ripped-off and exhausted: junior doctors take on NSW Health over extensive unpaid overtime
Slater and Gordon launches IPO Wealth Fund class action
Class action filed against Freedom Foods Group
440,000 ANZ customers sent court-ordered notice of insurance rip-off
$50 million settlement reached in Vocation class action
Maurice Blackburn settles class action against collapsed education provider Vocation
Industry welcomes High Court decision to grant special leave in WorkPac v Rossato Casual Employment Case
Class action against G8 Education filed in Victorian Supreme Court
ACOSS response to Robodebt Settlement
Robodebt class action success is one step closer to justice, now it’s time for a Royal Commission
Government to pay huge Robodebt bill
Income Compliance class action settlement
Support for thalidomide survivors
Court approves ANZ and ASIC settlement over periodical payment fees
Extension of temporary changes to continuous disclosure provisions for companies and officers
AMP “Fee for No Service” rip off could see half a million shareholders claim losses over massive share price fall
ASIC manages transition to new regulatory regime for litigation funding schemes