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The Australian Consumer Law: what happens when a person suffers an injury from a faulty or defective product?
in Consumer & the Law by Barrie Woollacott on
The Australian Consumer Law provides for a scheme of compensation allowing people to claim compensation in the event they suffer from an injury because of a safety defect with a product. 
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Is your inheritance protected?
in Family Law by Breony Dowling on
Once you have made the choice to separate, it is vital to receive legal advice to ascertain exactly what it is you are entitled to.
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CommInsure backdates Heart Attack policy definition
in Superannuation & Insurance by Sarah Snowden on
An inquiry into the conduct of CommInsure and 12 months of public scrutiny has resulted in the life insurer back peddling on its trauma policy definitions for ‘Heart Attack’ and ‘Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis’.
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5 Common Redundancy Myths
in Employment Law by Aron Neilson on
Rumour has it that you might already believe these common redundancy myths to be true. We’re addressing the five common myths so you know how to distinguish fact from fiction. 
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Robert Rose Cup 2017
in In the Community by Slater and Gordon on
Slater and Gordon has partnered with the Western Bulldogs and Collingwood football clubs to promote the inclusion of people of all abilities in sport and across the wider community.
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When can you NOT claim unfair dismissal?
in Employment Law by Aron Neilson on
Some employees covered by the federal industrial relations system can rely upon the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth) that provides redress to those who have been dismissed from their job in a harsh, unjust or unreasonable way.
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Keep an eye on your penalty rates this Easter
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
With Easter holidays round the corner, if you’re in the hospitality/retail/pharmacy industries you should pay close attention to their payslips. Look up your award and check current penalty rates against the calculation on your payslips.
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Father of three treated like a number after seeking compensation
in Workplace Law by Slater and Gordon on
For three decades, Ross Phillips worked as a labourer and demolition worker on sites across Melbourne. It all changed in late 2014. The Craigieburn father of three’s ability to do his job was swiftly taken away in the cruellest of workplace accidents.
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Early onset dementia sufferer receives much needed payouts to help with costs
in Superannuation & Insurance by Tristan Nathanielsz on
The Mill Park family of  39-year-old Sarah Brady battling the later stages of dementia has been awarded a six-figure sum in Superannuation Total and Permanent Disability insurance payments to help pay for her full-time care. Read more to find out how we helped Sarah continue with the care she needs.
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Is it illegal to leave your children alone at home?
in Criminal Law by Slater and Gordon on
With school holidays fast approaching, it might be a timely refresher to see if you can legally leave your child(ren) at home. The laws vary in each state, so it's important to get the facts straight. 
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