Our approach to family law is to encourage settlements, not arguments. We have a dedicated team of experienced family lawyers and our focus is on achieving the best results promptly and cost-effectively.
Slater and Gordon's Wills and Will dispute service is personal, professional and cost effective. Our lawyers are committed to working with you to address your concerns, assess the relevant issues and give you sensible, practical and candid advice about the legal options available to you.
Slater and Gordon has many years of experience and expertise in helping people sort through the legal issues of estate planning, obtaining probate and administering estates. Our team works with you to ensure everything is sorted, for you and your family.
Slater and Gordon has an extensive track record of success in class actions and group proceedings. Our lawyers have been applying their expertise and experience to conduct complex, large-scale multi-party actions for more than 20 years.
Whilst at common law and through employment contracts employees owe a range of obligations to their employer, including the obligation to preserve confidence, some employees are faced with the unenviable task of working out what to do when they feel the need to report misconduct within their organisation.
A Full Court of the Federal Court on 21 December 2016 unanimously upheld the CFMEU’s appeal against a decision prohibiting it from paying a civil penalty on behalf of its Victorian organiser Joe Myles in a case brought by Fair Work Building and Construction (FWBC).
The Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission has power to deal with claims for benefits that have been denied under a contract of employment pursuant to the Industrial Relations Act 1979 (WA). Employees or former employees can bring this type of claim within 6 years against their employer/ former employer.
Slater and Gordon successfully acted for the Independent Education Union of Western Australia against the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Perth (the provider of Catholic Education in Western Australia) in an interpretation of an agreement dispute before the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission.