We represented a kindergarten at a high-profile inquest into the death of a child, allegedly due to anaphylactic shock. The parents of the child, who had a severe nut allergy, believed that kindergarten staff had exposed the child to peanuts. However, our lawyers obtained medical evidence that the child’s death may have been due to a congenital heart condition. The coroner delivered an open finding and the flagged compensation claim by the parents did not eventuate.
Uniting Church & Australia Property Trust (NSW) v Miller; Miller v Lithgow City Council  NSW CA 320
October 27, 2015
Facts The plaintiff was an age champion swimmer at the Kinross Wolari School operated by the Uniting Church (‘School’). On 7…Continue reading
March 3, 2016
The 2017 list of ‘Best Lawyers in Australia’ was published online by the Australian Financial Review on 26 February 2016. Moray &…Continue reading
June 12, 2018
The Australian class action landscape has seen unprecedented growth in the past decade. Part of that growth has been the troubling…Continue reading