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What happens to your job while you’re on WorkCover? What happens to your job while you’re on WorkCover?

Published on 17 July 2019: The question of what happens to your job when you’re on WorkCover is a common one. It is complex as it involves not only WorkCover laws but employment and discrimination laws.

New Super law could strip you of income protection & disability insurance New Super law could strip you of income protection & disability insurance

Published on 02 July 2019: New laws introduced yesterday by the Federal Government could see up to 3 million working Australians automatically stripped of their life insurance packaged as part of their superannuation.

Is a private investigator on your case? Is a private investigator on your case?

Published on 01 July 2019: Do you feel like you are being watched? If you are on WorkCover, it’s possible the insurer has put a private investigator on your tail.

Workplace bullying, and when does it create a right to Common Law damages against an employer? Workplace bullying, and when does it create a right to Common Law damages against an employer?

Published on 28 June 2019: Workplace bullying takes many forms, and the law has for some time struggled to adopt a definition of what sorts of behaviour constitute workplace bullying.

Outstanding results in personal injury cases Outstanding results in personal injury cases

Published on 18 June 2019: The Geelong region offices of Ryan Carlisle Thomas / Stringer Clark have recently achieved some significant victories for injured clients.

Vic Government moves to set aside deeds of release for settled sex abuse cases Vic Government moves to set aside deeds of release for settled sex abuse cases

Published on 14 June 2019: The Victorian State government has moved to allow survivors of sexual and other child abuse who have signed deeds of release that were unjust and unreasonable to take legal action.

Dark tales continue to emerge from Geelong Grammar Dark tales continue to emerge from Geelong Grammar

Published on 11 June 2019: Years after the Royal Commission into child sexual abuse ended, Geelong Grammar School, once renowned for exceptional teaching staff and prestigious alumni, continues to grapple with the association with paedophile employees.

Will a recent judgement open up a new avenue for suing the church for sex abuse? Will a recent judgement open up a new avenue for suing the church for sex abuse?

Published on 05 June 2019: A Supreme Court judgment handed down last week could open another avenue for survivors to sue church authorities and other institutions for sex abuse, which hinges on the interpretation of owner/occupier liability laws.

Warning signs when choosing a personal injury lawyer Warning signs when choosing a personal injury lawyer

Published on 28 May 2019: Not all lawyers work under similar fee agreements with their clients. If you, as a client, are asked to do or sign something that doesn't feel right, seek a second opinion immediately.

The effect of marriage and divorce on your Will The effect of marriage and divorce on your Will

Published on 17 May 2019: Some life events have significant legal consequences when it comes to your Will. If you have not reviewed your Will and/or made a new one to account for the change in your circumstances, this can lead to unintended outcomes when you die.

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The authors of this blog are lawyers or consultants employed by Stringer Clark and the RCT Group of companies, which includes staff who work within Ryan Carlisle Thomas and Stringer Clark.

From time to time, we may also invite guest bloggers to contribute, in which case this will be made clear. Authors who are part of the RCT Group are qualified to practice law in Victoria, Australia. Any advice applies to Victorian State law as at the date of first publication. The information is a general guide only and is not a substitute for legal advice applicable to a user's own circumstances.

Residents of other Australian States or Territories or countries are advised to seek legal advice from a lawyer practising in their own area, as laws may vary from region to region.

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