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When should you check for Melanoma?
in Compensation Law by Kate Williams on
Slater and Gordon’s medical team have witnessed many cases in relation to the non-detection and failure to diagnose melanoma.
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Bullying in the boardroom and beyond
in Employment Law by Robert Auricchio on
Recent cases concerning bullying have highlighted the problem of bullying in the workplace even at the executive level. 
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Slaters team knocks on equality’s doors
in In the Community by Slater and Gordon on
In true Slaters style, a team of lawyers and support staff stood up for equality over the weekend by door knocking in support of the “yes” campaign for marriage equality.
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Retired workers are still eligible to claim compensation
in Compensation Law by Slater and Gordon on
Kevin Reverr is about to get the support that was owed to him after worsening workplace injuries forced him to retire early.
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If you have this common backyard decoration, stop using it now
in Compensation Law by Slater and Gordon on
Burn victim Emma has welcomed the Federal Government ban on table top ethanol burners as she continues to recover from her injuries.
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Making a pre-acquisition compensation claim
in Property Law by Adrian McMillan on
In this post we discuss the rights to compensation which are designed to put the claimant in a similar position to if their land was never reserved or shown to be reserved for a public purpose.
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Important changes to anti-discrimination legislation you should know about
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
The Commonwealth Parliament has recently passed important amendments to the Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1984 (‘the Act’) through the passage of the Human Rights Legislation Amendment Act 2017 (‘the Amending Act’).
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Mentoring and supporting the youth at the Young Workers Centre
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
Slater and Gordon are proud supporters and actively work with the Victorian Trades Hall Council’s Young Workers Centre (YWC).
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Australian Federal Police to pay union’s costs over botched raid
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has been ordered to pay the majority of the legal costs incurred by the CFMEU in its successful Supreme Court challenge against the AFP raid of the union’s Canberra offices in August 2015.
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Commission awards reinstatement of BHP employee unfairly dismissed although for a valid reason
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
Slater and Gordon Lawyers recently represented Mr Andrew Tomlinson, who with the support of his union the Association of Professional Engineers, Scientists and Managers, Australia (APESMA), took BHP Coal Pty Ltd (BHP) to the Fair Work Commission seeking an unfair dismissal remedy.
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