If we are willing to compensate those who were sexually abused as children, why not compensate Indigenous people wrongly removed from their families, writes George Williams.
In class actions where there is substantial risk, the challenge is to ensure lawyers fees are charged in an appropriate manner that is fair to both lawyer and client, writes Michael Legg
A landmark Federal Court ruling puts the impetus on politicians and regulators to decide what is in the public interest, writes Justin O'Brien.
The regulator's chairman has said class action litigation is a good market-driven solution, but how does that translate to ASIC's policy position, asks Michael Legg.
Following the Rudd Government's apology to the Stolen Generations, a landmark plan involving UNSW researchers has been revealed, detailing how to help those affected.