Maurice Blackburn

 

VMIA and Federal Government must be held to account for failing abuse survivors

18-May-2018 11:00 AM
Lawyers have today blasted a decision from one Victoria’s biggest public insurers to not fund redress scheme payments, saying insurers must meet their responsibilities to abuse survivors and that the decision again demonstrated the Federal Government’s failure to deliver a fair and robust redress scheme.

Clear choice now on table for AMP shareholder action

15-May-2018 7:41 AM
Investors will now have the option of using Australia’s most successful and experienced class actions team – Maurice Blackburn Lawyers – to pursue the high-profile corporate conduct failings at AMP. The newly announced action has a funding commission of 12.5%.

New Victorian laws for national redress scheme will provide important choice for survivors seeking justice

08-May-2018 4:57 PM
Lawyers who represent abuse survivors have welcomed the introduction of new laws that pave the way for Victorian survivors to access a national redress scheme

Inquest into the death of Chrystal Ross

27-Apr-2018 5:00 PM
The inquest into the death of 24-year-old Chrystal Ross will commence at the Coroners Court of South Australia on Monday 30 April.

Reinstatement of Mr Rohan Brown, Trinity Grammar

11-Apr-2018 9:12 PM
Please attribute the following statement to Josh Bornstein, Employment Law Principal at Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, who is acting for Rohan Brown:

National second medical opinion scheme needed to improve patient care at hospitals

10-Apr-2018 1:10 PM
Leading medical law firm Maurice Blackburn is pushing for a national second medical opinion scheme to be rolled out across all Australian hospitals.

New Victorian laws on backyard pools welcomed, but pool fence regulations don’t go far enough

06-Apr-2018 11:02 AM
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers has welcomed the Victorian Government’s plans to improve backyard pool safety, including the introduction of a mandatory inspection regime, but says it is disappointing that a move to fully fence all pools has not been pursued.

VW surrenders on cheat mode results – Trial update

16-Mar-2018 4:52 PM
A bombshell has been dropped on the final days of the Maurice Blackburn-led Dieselgate class action trial, with the vehicle giant finally conceding that their vehicles in question fail the required emissions standards tests unless operating in cheat mode - known internally within Volkswagen as ‘customer’ or ‘comfort’ mode.

All states and institutions must now follow NSW and Victoria’s lead and commit to the national redress scheme

09-Mar-2018 10:55 AM
Lawyers who represent abuse survivors have today welcomed New South Wales (NSW) and Victoria’s commitment to sign on to the national redress scheme, saying the time had now come for all other states to also do the right thing by survivors in joining scheme.

Disenfranchised Retail Food Group investors to take action

06-Mar-2018 3:49 PM
After watching the market capitalisation of Retail Food Group (RFG) lose well over $550 million since reports of widespread problems within the franchise leviathan were exposed late last year, investors will now be able to hold the company to account for failing to disclose its unsustainable franchise model.

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