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Published on 06 December 2011: Good weather and bumper crops may also yield a bitter harvest of farm injuries for any farmer who tries to take short cuts.
Published on 12 November 2011: Nurses dispute: the Victorian Government has an unusual way of making nurses feel wanted.
Published on 08 November 2011: Comcare, the Commonwealth Government's workers compensation scheme, has finally released its new draft guidelines having had its previous guidelines challenged and overruled by the Federal Court.
Published on 05 November 2011: The recent Report of the Director of Police Integrity into the conduct of Detective Leading Senior Constable Weston has been the subject of substantial press comment.
Published on 03 November 2011: Last year, the Federal Court found that the Federal Government's workers compensation fund, Comcare, had breached the relevant legislation in trying to short change workers on their 10% impairment payouts.
Published on 01 November 2011: Occupy Melbourne. Peaceful until their rights denied. The forceful removal of the protesters was unjustified. The private correspondence between the Minister for All Things and the Labour Lawyer continues.
Published on 27 October 2011: Lodging a WorkCover claim still carries a stigma with it among some people, particularly in the country. The reason is that in many people's minds, lodging a WorkCover claim means that you have to take your boss to court.
Published on 22 October 2011: Calls by Mines industry boss to reform Fair Work Australia will nobble the umpire. The private correspondence between the Minister for All Things and the Labour Lawyer.
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.
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