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The Workers’ Compensation claim process explained
in Compensation Law by on
Many people who are injured at work go through a period of uncertainty while they wait for their compensation claim to be assessed. Some feel as if they have nowhere to turn, and those who are off work without pay may start to become anxious about financial matters. 
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Injured at work – Don’t forget about your superannuation fund
in Superannuation & Insurance by Sarah Snowden on
If you’re one of the 15 million Australians with a superannuation account, you’ll probably know which fund(s) you’re with, as well as having an approximate idea of your balance. You may even know about how your money is being invested by the superfund. 
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Anzac Day – A history of service
in S+G Featured by Slater and Gordon on
The significance of Anzac Day runs deep through the veins of Slater and Gordon as both our founding fathers William (Bill) Slater and Hugh Gordon served their country, Bill in WW I and Hugh in WW II. This Anzac Day, we pay tribute to their service and to the service of others at the Firm. 
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Judge orders TCFUA employees be paid appropriately
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
Principal Industrial and Employment Lawyer Andrew Rich has helped three members of the TCFUA who, without appropriate warning, lost their jobs after their employer Icon Print Innovations was sold. 
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Defending the Right to Protected Industrial Action for Paper Australia Employees
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
We were very proud to support our comrades in the AMWU and at Paper Australia by defending their legitimate right to take protected industrial acti
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Not the ABCC’s cup of tea
in Employment Law by Slater and Gordon on
How many federal police does it take to break up a tea party? Four, if it’s at a McConnell Dowell construction site.
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Environmental Class Actions
in Compensation Law by Slater and Gordon on
Environmental risks and harms are increasingly the subject of news reports. Slater and Gordon discusses how environmental class actions can provide redress to victims who suffer personal injury, economic loss or damage to their property.
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Moving Parts
in Superannuation & Insurance by Annemarie Gambera on
In group life policies sometimes the ‘unlikely to work’ definition applies and sometimes it doesn’t.
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Snap Decision
in Criminal Law by Jon Tiller on
...and in a time where over 75% of Australians have a smartphone, everyone is their own photographer and publisher.
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Gumtree and Stolen Goods
in Criminal Law by Jon Tiller on
Gumtree and Stolen Goods: it’s increasingly becoming a quick and easier way for criminals to turn their ill-gotten gains into cash. 
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