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Report claims WorkSafe system failed vulnerable people
in Compensation Law by Meghan Hoare on
Evidence of unreasonable decision-making was uncovered in the report across all five of the then agents. 
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Same sex couples and superannuation benefits
in Family Law, Superannuation & Insurance by Annemarie Gambera on
Marriage equality is an important topic.
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Volunteer if you want to thrive
in In the Community by Angela Bell on
Angela Bell, Head of Group Communications at Slater and Gordon writes about her experience at the Hamodava café and how voluntee
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5 common myths about family law
in Family Law by Kelly Leydon on
When you’re going through a divorce, chances are you might not want to talk to anyone. But, it is also a time when you should be armed with the facts about Family Law so you can make informed and educated decisions for yourself and your family. 
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What happens when a lawyer dons the volunteer apron?
in In the Community by Janine Gregory on
Through our support of the Collingwood Football Club Foundation, Slater and Gordon staff have been offered the opportunity to help out at a café in
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Break in tips – what homeowners can and cannot do
in Criminal Law by Veronika Drago on
When your home is being broken into, you might want to beat the intruder with a baseball bat or another weapon. Before you do that, here’s what you need to know.
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Your lost super is being claimed by the ATO. Do something about it
in Superannuation & Insurance by Andrew Weinmann on
Lost super - we all know about it, we've all seen the TV ads about it, and we know we should probably do something about it as well. But we don’t.
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Can Pokémon Go get you arrested?
in Consumer & the Law by Slater and Gordon on
It’s easy for people to be consumed by the excitement of new technology, as evidenced by the thousands of Australians who have downloaded the new augmented reality game, Pokémon Go. However, budding Pokémon trainers should take a moment to pause before they play and remember their in-game actions could have very serious, real world consequences.
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Search and seizure - Your Rights Regarding Possession Offences
in Criminal Law by Henry Pill on
Many Australian laws create offences for “possession” of various items. These include laws which prohibit the possession of prohibited or restricted drugs or related products, weapons, stolen goods and so on.
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When can a child decide who to live with?
in Family Law by Katrina Stouppos on
When is my child able to decide for themselves about who they live with? At what age can a child’s views be more influential than that of their parents?
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