Get Your Super Back
Around one third of Australian adults are members of big bank-owned superannuation funds. This year, the banking Royal Commission revealed these bank-owned funds may have been ripping off their members. We have commenced launching a series of class actions against these funds. You and millions of other Australians could be eligible to join and get your super back.
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Free social work services
We know that your legal needs are only part of a greater struggle. That's why we're the first and only firm to offer free social work services to clients.Find out more
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Our Client Service Charter sets out exactly what kind of service you should expect from us. We take it very seriously.Find out more
Our class actions
Sometimes to win, you need to act as a group. Whether it be a corporate wrongdoing, a defective product, or an immigration detention case - our Class Action lawyers have the know-how, experience and passion to provide accurate and timely advice.Find out more
Dedicated to defending workers' rights
As one of Australia's leading trade union and labour movement law firms, we have a proud history of partnering with trade unions to defend workers' rights. Additionally, as a union member - you may be entitled to discounted access to legal services.
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Slater and Gordon in the community
We're built on social justice values, so it’s no surprise that giving back to the community is such a huge focus for us. With offices all around Australia, we're able to build strong relationships in our local communities.
Latest blog posts
Institutional abuse survivors will shortly be able to have their original compensation claims reviewed, following The Victorian Government’s decision to overturn unfair historical payments. Proposed changes to the Limitations of Actions Act announced this month, will mean victims can apply to the court to set aside a past settlement deed of release or judgement relating to child abuse. Slater and Gordon National Practice Group Leader (Public Liability) Barrie Woollacott said those who previously had little option but to accept a basic and inadequate compensation offer and sign a deed of release, often without legal advice, could now have their claims reviewed. “In previous years,...
In light of the revelations regarding an unlicenced and unsupervised minor posing as an apprentice while doing electrical work and the recent sweep to check licences on the Gold Coast, it’s clear that a tick a box attitude to safety on worksites is still prevalent. Younger workers are at risk of being hurt on worksites due to unsafe work practices. It doesn’t help that companies are ignoring basic building and safety standards designed to protect people. Recent news coverage of the safety blitz on the Gold Coast highlighted the tragic electrocution of a 20-year-old at a Clermont worksite after just nine days on the job in 2012. Deaths like this are felt throughout all of the community.
Franchising is big business in Australia, with approximately 1,120 franchise systems and 79,000 franchise units operating nationally1. As franchising is a diverse sector with characteristics that are unique from other business models, franchises are governed by a mandatory Franchising Code of Conduct (Franchising Code).2 The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Corporations and Financial Services recently completed an inquiry into the operation and effectiveness of the Franchising Code and has released the Fairness in Franchising Report (Report).3 Some of the key findings and recommendations of the report are discussed below. The Committee recommends that the Australian Government establish an...
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