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Virgin moves to throw out ‘unintelligible’ lawsuit over COVID-19 jab mandate
Coronavirus 2022-07-06 3:22 pm By Cindy Cameronne

Virgin Australia will seek to throw out a case brought by former employees over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which a lawyer for Qantas and Jetstar, […]

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St Basil’s charged over deadly COVID-19 outbreak
Coronavirus 2022-07-04 5:54 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Melbourne-based aged care facility St Basil’s has been hit with nine charges by the state’s workplace safety watchdog over a COVID-19 outbreak that resulted in […]

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FWC upholds ‘tragic’ sacking of Qantas engineer who refused COVID-19 vaccine
Coronavirus 2022-06-24 10:53 pm By Cat Fredenburgh

Qantas’ termination of a long-serving engineer who refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19 because he “feared for his life” was a “tragedy” but not unlawful, […]

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Lawyers urge AG to retain flexibility of COVID-era online hearings
Courts 2022-06-17 9:34 pm By Sam Matthews

The head of NSW’s peak legal body has called on the state’s Attorney General to retain a number of COVID-19 measures to improve access to […]

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Legal privilege over jab mandate advice waived with counsel’s failure to object, court says
Coronavirus 2022-06-17 9:57 pm By Sam Matthews

A judge has ruled that a senior Queensland police official waived legal professional privilege during cross examination, allowing the plaintiffs in a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination […]

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Judge slams Andrews government for ‘opaque cover-up’ in hotel quarantine class action
Coronavirus 2022-06-07 6:45 pm By Cindy Cameronne

A judge has criticised the Andrews government for withholding information about the alleged transmission of COVID-19 to a security guard working in hotel quarantine in […]

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Victoria’s triple-zero operator faces class action investigation
Class Actions 2022-05-24 10:30 am By Cat Fredenburgh

Victoria’s Emergency Services Telecommunications Authority may be hit with a class action over alleged systemic failures in its ambulance call handling operations that may have […]

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AEC fixes phone voting anomaly for COVID-positive voters after court threat
Policy and Regulation 2022-05-20 9:17 am By Christine Caulfield

Availability of phone voting for the federal election has been extended for people isolating with COVID-19, following threatened legal action by high profile teal independent […]

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Independent Monique Ryan to bring court action for COVID-positive voters
Policy and Regulation 2022-05-19 10:31 pm By Christine Caulfield

Popular independent candidate Dr Monique Ryan — who is contesting Josh Frydenberg’s seat of Kooyong — is lodging legal action for tens of thousands of […]

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Andrews government tries again to strike out hotel quarantine class action
Class Actions 2022-05-18 9:30 pm By Sam Matthews

The state of Victoria has asked a court to strike out a class action alleging lapses in its hotel quarantine program caused businesses to suffer […]

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