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9 February The legal loophole of “vicarious liability” needs closing by the Royal Commission Institutions should not be able to wipe their hands of legal responsibility for their subordinates’ actions when children are abused, but this does happen due to conservative interpretations of the legal concept of “vicarious liability” by the courts.
3 February Manny Waks’ father Zephaniah tells of the “war” waged on his family by Yeshivah Zephaniah Waks tells of the increasing isolation and ostracism that he and his family suffered at the hands of the Yeshivah religious community, once his son had revealed that an employee of the centre had sexually abused him.
28 November How our clients and database helped secure a conviction against sex offender Ronald Buckley The conviction this week of Ronald Buckley is an interesting example of how, by using our extensive database, RCT was able to assist to corroborate and expedite investigations by police that ultimately led to the conviction of a paedophile.
10 November What the $1.3m compo stress payment for teacher Doulis really means When Victorian schoolteacher Peter Doulis was awarded nearly $1.3m in damages in September, the story attracted star billing in the media. You could almost hear the collective sucking in of breath at the size of the amount awarded by the Supreme Court.