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Published on 30 October 2012: Landmark case strengthens injured workers' right to appeal super fund decision.
Published on 12 October 2012: The Parliamentary Committee inquiring into child sex abuse allegations in Religious and Non Government organisations has posted over 80 submissions (including the submission posted by Ryan Carlisle Thomas) on its website.
Published on 05 October 2012: According to recent media reports, injured workers are increasingly being forced to undergo unreasonable medical examinations, with their employers sometimes even attending medical appointments with them.
Published on 27 September 2012: Long running workers comp case finally delivers suitable compensation to the worker.
Published on 06 September 2012: Dispelling the myth on the 'drive to work' licence in Victoria.
Published on 28 August 2012: House and contents insurance may also cover public liability claims outside the home.
Published on 24 August 2012: Vic Court of Appeal decision opens gateway to more compensation for some injured workers.
Published on 24 August 2012: The Family and Community Development Committee yesterday announced an extension to the submission deadline for the Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Non-Government Organisations.
Published on 24 August 2012: The response of the Sydney Archdiocese to sexual abuse is at odds with the Church's reliance on every technical legal defence at its disposal to block victims' attempts to seek justice.
Published on 22 August 2012: Why should we regard the Catholic Church's most recent apology as being anything other than empty rhetoric?
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