Levitt Robinson representing Denishar WoodsPosted May 30, 2018 by Jem & filed under News
Stewart Levitt is representing Denishar Woods, an 11-year-old girl who suffered a catastrophic brain injury from a severe 230V (AC) electric shock at her family’s public housing property in Western Australia. Read more here.
Stewart Levitt on justice for Ms Dhu’s family in WAPosted August 2, 2017 by Daniel & filed under News
Levitt Robinson have teamed up with human rights lawyer George Newhouse to take on the WA government over the tragic death of a young woman in custody. Levitt Robinson’s Senior Partner, Stewart Levitt, spoke to the ABC’s 7:30 Report about the case: LAUREN DAY: And a coronial inquest which found police acted inhumanely and… Read more »
Aveo Class Action InterviewPosted by Daniel & filed under News
Levitt Robinson’s Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz was interviewed today on ABC News 24 about our new class action against Aveo on behalf of current and former residents of Aveo’s retirement villages in Australia. See the video below. For more information about the class action or to register to participate, CLICK HERE.
Victorian Parliament’s Missed Opportunity on Retirement Housing SectorPosted March 22, 2017 by Arbitrator & filed under Media, News
The report of the Victorian Enquiry into the Retirement Housing Sector has proven to be a damp squib and disappointed many genuinely aggrieved Victorian residents of retirement villages. The enthusiasm with which it was greeted by the Property Council of Australia’s Victorian Division, when it was released on 7 March 2017, is a strong indication… Read more »
PROTEST PROHIBITED: Commissioner of Police v Keep Sydney OpenPosted March 8, 2017 by Daniel & filed under News, Publications
By Daniel Meyerowitz-Katz and Benjamin Brady This article was first published in the March 2017 edition of the Law Society Journal In the recent decision of NSW Commissioner of Police v Keep Sydney Open Ltd  NSWSC 5, anti-lockouts advocacy organisation Keep Sydney Open Ltd (‘KSO’) had planned to hold a rally in Kings Cross… Read more »