New Class Action Regime Proposed for Queensland

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THE introduction of a class action regime in Queensland Courts will not have a negative impact on Queensland business according to one of the country’s leading class action lawyers, Brett Imlay of Levitt Robinson Solicitors. “The December 2014 Productivity Commission Report into access to justice arrangements, did not support big business’ view that increased class action matters would have a negative effect… Read more »

Levitt Robinson on unfair treatment of retirees

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Levitt Robinson’s Senior Partner, Stewart Levitt, has been quoted in an article by Adele Ferguson, published in the Sydney Morning Herald and the Age newspapers, about the Aveo Group’s unfair treatment of retirees. As Ms Ferguson wrote: Law firm Levitt Robinson was invited to address dozens of residents, including a few from a neighbouring Aveo village,… Read more »

BANK SCANDALS – CALL FOR TOUGHER WHISTLEBLOWER LAWS

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  Adele Ferguson has delivered an impassioned plea for a royal commission into the financial services sector, greater protection for whistleblowers and a renewed commitment to press freedom in Australia.   Attached is a link to Ms Ferguson’s speech and her commentary published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 6 July 2016.   http://www.smh.com.au/business/comment-and-analysis/shorten-tells-turnbull-back-a-banking-royal-commission-20160705-gpz505.html

Levitt Robinson welcomes the ACT Government’s introduction of behavioural therapy for men at risk of committing domestic violence

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Levitt Robinson welcomes the ACT Government’s introduction of behavioural therapy for men at risk of committing domestic violence as part of sweeping reforms to domestic violence laws in the territory.   The Room4Change initiative, which will allow women and children to stay in their homes while men move out to take part in a three-month… Read more »