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Published on 19 October 2011: There are not many leading injury compensation law firms that do not offer a variation on the policy widely known as 'No Win No Fee'. But there is a lot of misinformation and misunderstanding around about 'No Win No Fee' agreements.
Published on 15 October 2011: Independent contractor or new-age slave? The Minister for All Things and The Labour Lawyer.
Published on 12 October 2011: Is the Bolt decision a blow to free speech or journalism standards? The private correspondence between the Minister for All Things and the Labour Lawyer.
Published on 01 October 2011: Tougher bullying laws mean that there are more legal options available - but how effective are they?
Published on 24 September 2011: Is a Minister's personal spin-doctor authorized to decide on FOI requests? The private correspondence between the Minister for All Things and the Labour Lawyer.
Published on 20 September 2011: The Age reports today on the worrying culture of bullying allegedly in place at the State's key workers compensation authority, WorkCover.
Published on 17 September 2011: Victorian Government’s negotiations with unions representing wage claims by nurses, school principals, assistant principals, teachers, police and public servants are at breaking point.
Published on 03 August 2011: In 2002, the Republic of Ireland set up a fund to compensate people who experienced abuse and neglect in Orphanages and Residential Schools in the last century.
Published on 26 July 2011: Kitty is a mum who suffered a car accident that left her having to cope with pain, medical expenses, and TAC surveillance.
Published on 19 July 2011: Barb, a nurse, sustained an injury while lifting a heavy patient - accidentally twisting her knee while trying to protect her back. In this interview she discusses her experiences while trying to claim workers compensation for the injury.
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