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Published on 04 August 2017: When Jacinda Ardern was recently elected as New Zealand’s Labour leader, she had to field questions about whether she planned to have a baby. This line of questioning must stop.
Published on 27 July 2017: People injured on the road or at work are waiting longer for income payments despite having had their claims accepted by WorkCover and TAC.
Published on 25 July 2017: New Victorian laws have been introduced that will make it easier to establish that certain organisations owe a duty of care towards children under their supervision and care.
Published on 20 July 2017: Debate rages each time a significant bicycle accident appears on the news and/or goes viral on social media, with a number of incidents causing concern recently.
Published on 18 July 2017: It is an internationally-held principle that a child has a right to know their social and biological origins and identity. It is for this reason that in Australia, it is no longer possible to make an anonymous sperm donation.
Published on 12 July 2017: The Fair Work Commission’s decision last week to give casual workers greater access to permanent work raised hopes that the tide of insecure employment might start to be checked. But will it?
Published on 11 July 2017: Many people are reluctant to claim insurance benefits, such as TPD, which are attached to their superannuation fund because they fear it might jeopardise their super account.
Published on 05 July 2017: A civil claim for compensation for sexual abuse does not require going to court or lead to a criminal case. But a successful criminal conviction can assist a claim for compensation.
Published on 29 June 2017: The client-focused myTAC app and web portal will improve a client’s ability to interact directly with the TAC, making it easier to self-manage TAC claims.
Published on 28 June 2017: Pathways to Change, developed with the support of the ANMF (Victorian Branch), addresses the prevalence of family violence our Family and Relationships Lawyers face on a daily basis.
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