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Published on 27 November 2012: ADF Taskforce will have power to order the Department of Defence to pay up to $50,000 to victims of abuse.
Published on 27 November 2012: Since the announcement of the Royal Commission, victims of institutional abuse are coming forward in such large numbers that some are being turned away by support groups.
Published on 27 November 2012: There are renewed attempts to change laws which make the Catholic Church legally responsible for sexual abuse and subject to damages claims.
Published on 21 November 2012: According to the latest Fairfax/Neilsen poll, 95% of Australians support the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse.
Published on 20 November 2012: Pursuing a Common Law claim. A primer for the injured worker.
Published on 17 November 2012: Recommendations on the Royal Commission on Child Sex Abuse and its terms of reference.
Published on 17 November 2012: Victoria's largest database of evidence of child sexual abuse can corroborate victims' claims.
Published on 13 November 2012: What's in a definition? When serious injury is involved and large compensation payments are at stake, quite a lot.
Published on 13 November 2012: When last June, the Federal Government released the DLA Piper report into abuse allegations in the Australian Defence Force (ADF), Defence Minister Stephen Smith said the Government would announce its response in the near future.
Published on 10 November 2012: Not all lump sum payments are the same. Are you missing out on a Common Law claim?
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