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Former Dixon Advisory clients should consider lodging complaints with AFCA
Class action filed against state over police strip searches at NSW music festivals
Final settlement agreement on compensation signed for First Nations children and families
Department of National Defence and Veterans Affairs Canada launch online peer support platform for those affected by sexual
Double risk of some breast surgery complications with non-certified doctors
DPF class action appeal: Toyota statement
Statement by Minister Mendicino on RCMP Class Actions
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announces judicial appointment
Social justice warrior – Sister Brigid Arthur
Defence Minister Anand amends duty to report regulations to provide an exception for Restorative Engagement program participants
Slater and Gordon announces class action investigation into ESTA over ambulance call and dispatch operations failures that have
Robodebt Royal Commission
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announces judicial appointment in province of Québec 27 April
Statement on Access to Information
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announces judicial appointment in province of British Columbia
ASIC extends relief from certain dollar disclosures in PDSs for litigation funding schemes
Stronger Penalties to Protect Older Australians In Aged Care
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group Ltd over investor losses
NZ refugee resettlement deal welcome but long overdue
Statement by Ministers on International Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Financial sector no longer main target: Class Action Risk report
Millions in entitlements for casual miners snatched by Morrison and Hanson
Slater and Gordon’s pioneering social work service helps improve clients’ lives
Fukushima continued: Nuclear power is not climate crisis solution
New Judges Appointed To County Court Of Victoria
Scholarship supporting Indigenous women in law
Nursing home residents are paying $800 a week for services they are barely getting
How people power helped saved Argentine Sea from oil companies
Breaking election promise on integrity commission could prove costly
Class action supporters welcome Cash canning her dud class action plan
Politics Federal election no time for federal ICAC: Cash
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister completes busy first 100 days
Canada withdraws judicial review of CHRT order on capital assets funding under First Nations child and family services
Ensuring fair and reasonable returns to class action plaintiffs 17 January
Agreements-in-Principle reached on compensation and long-term reform of First Nations child and family services
DND/CAF Sexual Misconduct Apology – Minister of National Defence’s Apology
Class Action Against OTR Takes Positive Step, But Further Delayed
ANZ acknowledges class action proceedings filed by Phi Finney McDonald
Slater and Gordon files shareholder class action against Beach Energy
Class action being investigated over unlawful police searches at Splendour in Grass music festivals
CHRT and Class Action Parties welcome Honourable Murray Sinclair to chair discussions to reach an agreement
Industry welcomes introduction of class action litigation funding reforms into Parliament
Litigation funding reforms introduced into Parliament
Slater & Gordon investigating shareholder class action against Star Entertainment Group
Star faces major class action after money laundering revelations spark share price plunge
Department of Navy to Review Discharges and Status-Upgrade Procedures for Former Service Members with Behavioral or Mental Health
Robo-debt style automated decision-making needs new legal solutions
Woolworths to pay workers another $50 million to make up for underpayments