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Brave family relieved as Worksafe overturn their decision
15 December 2021
Brave Legal and the Edwards family fought for justice for their son and brother who died as a result of a fatal electrical explosion at Yallourn power station.
Brave client continues to fight two years after son's death
18 October 2021
Bree Knoester and the Brave Legal team continue to stand alongside a grieving family in their pursuit of a WorkSafe prosecution in relation to the death of their son.
Paving the way for firms to combat health and wellbeing concerns within the law
8 October 2021
As we ease out of lockdown across Australia, Founder and Principal Lawyer Bree Knoester shares how her firm is leading a different approach to wellness.
The Problem With Workers' Compensation | The Project
9 February 2021
Our brave client, Mick and Principal Lawyer Bree Knoester speak out about poor WorkCover insurer tactics that cause delays and worsen injuries.
How client needs may dictate firms of choice post-pandemic
29 January 2021
Joining the Lawyers Weekly podcast Principal Lawyer Bree Knoester shares why she launched Brave Legal and discusses the rise of boutique law and the changing needs of clients post pandemic.
"Immoral and unethical" | Four Corners
27 July 2020
Bree Knoester and brave client Chris join the investigation into "immoral and unethical" practices in the workers' compensation system.
Newspaper found responsible for psychological injuries
22 March 2019
In a legal world first, Bree Knoester assisted a former crime reporter with PTSD hold a media organisation accountable for failing to provide a safe workplace.
The Law Report: YZ vs The Age
5 March 2019
Bree Knoester joins "The Law Report" with Damien Carrick to discuss the world first judgement against The Age for a former journalists' PTSD.
Survivors settle against estate of Dr Andrew Churchyard
15 August 2017
In one of the largest medical abuse cases in Australia, Bree Knoester represented 52 sexual abuse survivors in compensation claims against the estate of their alleged perpetrator - former neurologist, Dr Andrew Churchyard.
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