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You have rights to compensation for compulsorily acquired land
in Property Law by Adrian McMillan on
The process that precedes a compulsory acquisition can be long and drawn out.  Some owners wonder whether the day will ever really come that they lose their land and get a right to compensation. 
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Communities are at the centre of our social responsibility
in In the Community by Slater and Gordon on
We’re a law firm built on social justice values, so it’s no surprise that giving back to the community is part of our business. We support our clients and local communities through these initiatives.
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The PI Show - where lawyers discuss real life stories
in S+G Featured by Slater and Gordon on
In 2014, Nowicki Carbone Personal Injury Lawyers joined the Slater and Gordon Group, bringing its own TV Show dedicated to educating the public on personal injury law.
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How ‘Hazardous’ is it to work as an Actor or TV/Radio Announcer?
in Superannuation & Insurance by Tristan Nathanielsz on
Actors, TV/Radio announcers considered working hazardous jobs when claiming Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) cover.
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Breaking down barriers
in S+G Featured by on
Lauren Bull is the head netball coach at Yarra Glen Football and Netball Club and has been heavily involved in the club and particularly the Pride Round since its inauguration.
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Does a Public Acquisition Overlay result in compulsory acquisition?
in Property Law by Manisha Blencowe on
In Victoria, the process that leads to a compulsory acquisition almost always begins with a Public Acquisition Overlay (PAO) being placed over a piece or pieces of land by the local council.
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Do’s and Don’ts before signing an employment contract
in Employment Law by Robert Auricchio on
For many employees, accepting a new job can be an exciting moment which can become sour when the representations made by the employer during the employment interview do not eventuate.
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Do you need Testamentary Discretionary Trusts? The what, why, who, how
in Estate Planning by Slater and Gordon on
What is the best way to provide for your partner, spouse, children or loved ones when you die? The answer may be a Testamentary Discretionary Trust (TDT). 
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Superbad - the prevalence of superannuation underpayments
in Superannuation & Insurance by Penelope Parker on
Whilst the prevalence of underpayment of wages has been widely publicised in recent times, the prevalence of the underpayment of superannuation should be paid attention to.
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Australians struggling with pressure to stay connected after hours
in Workplace Law by Irena Ferraro on
In a digital world, portable laptops, tablets and smartphones mean an employee can work from almost anywhere at anytime. More employers are expecting their employees to remain constantly connected to work outside of normal hours – putting the mental health of staff at risk.
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