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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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Have you been bullied or reasonably managed?
in Employment Law by Robert Auricchio on
A strong perception by an employee that they have been the subject of bullying in the workplace may be insufficient to satisfy a bullying claim under the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). A recent case...
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Anthea Digiaris in the news
in Property Law by Anthea Digiaris on
Anthea Digiaris, Senior Associate and Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Property Law Specialist, has recently featured in the press providing he
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Destination Defamation: South East Asia
in Business Law by Slater and Gordon on
Australian tourists are famous for their laconic humour and candid manner of speaking.
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A quick guide to choosing the right business structure
in Business Law by Eileen Nguyen on
Overview
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Elderly victims of scams and the financial ombudsman service
in Financial Negligence by Jessica Latimer on
As our population ages, our vulnerable elderly people are increasingly falling victim to elder abuse perpetrated by adult children, family members, friends and carers.  
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Asbestos Awareness Month Morning Tea
in In the Community by Slater and Gordon on
Our lawyers, Joanne Wade and Jessica Mackenzie hosted an open day and morning tea at the Asbestos Research Institute (ADRI)
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Trick or Treat: Avoid a Nightmare on Halloween
in Criminal Law by Jon Tiller on
Halloween has become an increasingly popular event in the Australian calendar — and has captured the imagination of lolly-lo
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