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  • May 17, 2018Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – RMIA discusses Child Safe Standards

    By Rosan Santangelo, Partner, HBA Legal and President, NSW Chapter RMIA                The Risk Management Institute of Australia (RMIA) and HBA Legal are uniting RMIA’s diverse membership’s wide range of skills and disciplines to explore needs of vulnerable people. RMIA will plan sessions on risk strategy and frameworks, in […]

  • March 1, 2018HBA helps clients save money through underutilised SRC Act provisions

    SRC Act Recovery – see how we make  clients’ funds swim back upstream!   Download the flyer!

  • January 23, 2018Desk jobs for truckies: Tribunal considers Suitable Duties and retirement

    Cooney and K & S Freighters Pty Ltd (Compensation) [2017] AATA 1460 Key Points Mr Cooney was a trucker driver who injured his back in the course of his employment. He was offered clerical duties at his regular earnings, which he accepted. Mr Cooney subsequently retired whilst in the course of the clerical duties. The […]

  • January 23, 2018A shift in theory on what causes hernias

    Portors and Comcare [2017] AATA 2166 13 November 2017   Key Points The Tribunal was required to consider whether Mr Portors was entitled to compensation for medical treatment and incapacity to work in relation to an accepted hernia condition. The Tribunal found in favour of the employer that there was no liability to pay such […]

  • January 23, 2018Credibility issues and delay scupper claim

    Eleftheriou and Australian Postal Corporation [2017] AATA 1158   Key Points The Tribunal was required to consider whether Mr Eleftheriou had suffered an ‘injury’ or ‘aggravation of an injury’, and whether his delay in providing notice of the alleged injury (two and a half years) was not ‘as soon as practicable’ and prejudicial to Australia […]

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