Class actions consume much of the bandwidth of the court system. Is it time for a different approach?
In a three-part series, Inq reveals the powerful friends of government pushing for class action reform.
For years, class action litigators have done what regulatory bodies like ASIC can't: get major businesses to play fair.
Stories of abuse within the Catholic Church contain missing pieces — and unanswered questions.
Where does it leave the justice system if the highest court in the land says a jury isn't capable of working out what it should believe?
What more can be said about the way George Pell responded to revelations of child sexual abuse by Catholic priests? The newly unredacted royal commission report says it all.
An unredacted report from the royal commission has been released, with fresh details about how much George Pell knew about child abuse allegations.
Cardinal George Pell's convictions have been quashed, but 18 journalists and editors are still facing criminal charges related to his trials.
A Victorian judge has handed down a decision that extends the reach of defamation law way further into the search engine’s bowels than had previously been thought possible.