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Slater and Gordon leverages banking commission for PR win

Slater and Gordon leverages banking commission for PR win

Slater and Gordon were the target of class actions in 2017 which were settled for a total $36.5 million. Now they're relying on clever spinning to get back in the game.

The hubristic tragedy of Slater & Gordon

The hubristic tragedy of Slater & Gordon

The disaster at Slater & Gordon would have been exactly the kind of collapse that would have led to a class action led by Slater & Gordon itself.

Mayne: Boral blows up $800m on US cash-splash, dilutes retail shareholders

Mayne: Boral blows up $800m on US cash-splash, dilutes retail shareholders

Why are shareholders not getting a vote on Boral's new deal?

Business bites: bad, bad debt … home loan regret … negative gearing’s sunset …

Business bites: bad, bad debt … home loan regret … negative gearing’s sunset …

Slater & Gordon has owned up to a loss of almost $1 billion. And other business tidbits of the day.

Mayne: stand by for big company asset write-downs

Mayne: stand by for big company asset write-downs

After the collapse in oil prices over the past year, claimed net assets of many companies are now way overblown.

Is Slater & Gordon ABC Learning all over again?

Is Slater & Gordon ABC Learning all over again?

Those who remember the ABC Learning Centres debacle will have that old familiar feeling when it comes to Slater & Gordon.

Mayne: stand by for the huge Slater and Gordon write-down

Mayne: stand by for the huge Slater and Gordon write-down

Paying too much for acquisitions is the most common way that ASX-listed companies have destroyed capital over the years, but there’s never been an example quite like Quindell.

Mayne: Slaters in the gun for class action over accounting issues

Mayne: Slaters in the gun for class action over accounting issues

Slater and Gordon's recent snafu makes a curious case for the class action industry.

Business bites: Greece in default … ambulance chasers exalt … IOOF whose fault? …

Business bites: Greece in default … ambulance chasers exalt … IOOF whose fault? …

Greece is officially in default. Now what? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Mayne: exploitation the new black as Slaters defends offer

Mayne: exploitation the new black as Slaters defends offer

Exploited small investors, a law firm who defends the little guy and a party who values property rights. What's wrong with this picture?