To recognise significant achievements, remarkable service, and invaluable contribution to the LIV, the legal profession, and community over a distinguished career, the 2021 LIV LegalAwards presented three of their most prestigious awards to 14 Victorian lawyers.
The federal takeover of the Victorian Labor Party, including the suspension of thousands of rank-and-file members’ voting rights, is facing a legal challenge by a group of powerful unions. The group is represented by Robinson Gill lawyers.
The 28-year-old from Sunshine is facing a new battle after being denied serious injury compensation from the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) for what he says is an unbearable but invisible injury. Lawyer Jeremy King from Robinson Gill said what Mr Harris witnessed was as bad as it gets.
A former Crown Resorts employee who exposed the company’s conduct in China and helped spark a powerful inquiry in New South Wales says she is taking her fight against the gambling empire to the Supreme Court. Her lawyer, Jeremy King from Robinson Gill Lawyers, said Ms Jiang was seeking compensation against Crown Resorts in respect to breaches of the duty of care it owed her as an employer.
Victorian lawyer Jeremy King has been awarded the 2020 Australian Lawyers Alliance’s (ALA) Member of the Year.
The family of a woman who died of domestic violence injuries after Ambulance Victoria didn’t send help has shared their heartbreak after the devastating loss. Through Robinson Gill lawyers, Mr Cay told the court last week the family’s goal was “for this tragedy to never be repeated”.
Robinson Gill is proud to be recognised by Doyle’s Guide in Victoria for 2020
Principal lawyer with Robinson-Gill Lawyers, Jeremy King, says Nancy’s work to reveal the other driver involved in Alisha’s crash is extraordinary. After Nancy’s investigation, Jurgen’s official statement about the other driver and lawyer Jeremy King’s help, Alisha was awarded six-figure compensation by the Transport Accident Commission.
Victoria Police could be facing a civil lawsuit over the sharing of photographs of former AFL player and coach Dean Laidley inside a police station.