There are increasing reports of clients reversing their payments. But what exactly are sex workers supposed to do about it?
Proposed amendments to defamation law would be a legal game-changer — particularly in cases involving high-profile plaintiffs.
After a four-year process, ASIC will probably end up paying $2-3 million for Mitchell's legal costs. But it wasn't all for nothing, writes Stephen Mayne.
State and territory attorneys-general have knocked back a campaign to raise the minimum age of criminal responsibility in Australia from 10 to 14. Surely we're better than this?
The experts agreed that Dean Yates' PTSD was 'significant'. So why couldn't he get workers' compensation?
NSW Attorney-General Mark Speakman is pushing for big changes to our defamation laws. It's about time.
More than 800 people have already registered interest in joining a class action over the Ruby Princess coronavirus debacle.
A decision by the Full Federal Court has reaffirmed the rights of employers to visit consequences on those who too viciously bite the hand that feeds them.