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Published on 31 January 2017: Victoria’s Police chief commissioner, Graham Ashton, has said it is likely that the police will issue an apology to survivors of institutional child sex abuse for failing to take seriously and act on complaints of abuse over many years.
Published on 27 January 2017: Another large employer operating under a franchisee structure has been taking advantage of vulnerable workers - mainly younger workers, migrants and overseas students.
Published on 20 January 2017: Father Gerald Ridsdale appeared in the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today, 20 January 2017, via videolink from prison. Ridsdale appeared for a mention hearing regarding allegations of child sexual abuse that are being investigated by Taskforce SANO.
Published on 20 January 2017: Whether you are following court orders or parenting plans, summer holidays and the new school year can throw out the regular care arrangements for the children.
Published on 16 January 2017: Traditionally there is a heightened awareness in the lead up to Christmas that family violence increases as the financial and emotional pressures of the festive season draw closer.
Published on 04 January 2017: How to claim WorkCover benefits as a casual or as a labour hire firm employee.
Published on 21 December 2016: Allegations that Rio Tinto used drones to snoop on its workers may have been denied, but does the law protect workers’ privacy in the face of the increasing intrusion of technology at work and in the home?
Published on 20 December 2016: In a rare interview, Orm Thomas - one of the founders Ryan Carlisle Thomas - shares his thoughts on where law is headed, where he likes to spend his time and what he does to make a difference today.
Published on 12 December 2016: Founder of Melbourne law firm Ryan Carlisle Thomas, Orm Thomas, reflects on his experiences with the legal system and provides insights for the next generation of lawyers.
Published on 09 December 2016: How to calculate your WorkCover benefits if you have been injured while working as a casual or labour hire worker.
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