In addition to highlighting its work was not in lieu of a Royal Commission, the law firm that brought on a class action against the Commonwealth believes the minister's claims of public interest immunity are no longer relevant as the legal proceedings are all but officially over. Meanwhile, Labor has asked again for a Royal Commission.
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The Commonwealth has agreed to pay AU$112 million in compensation to approximately 400,000 eligible individual group members, including legal costs.
The IT consultant has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Justice Duncan Kerr hands down judgment in favour of the applicant in Fair Work claim.
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The parties are to sort out agreed terms and revisit the case management process in November.
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