Credit: The Australian,
4 May 2012 ~~
James Delingpole asserts that Slater and Gordon have been responsible for “rigorous gagging orders” in favour of wind farm operators. This is wrong. We have acted for landowners who have been affected by the operation of nearby wind farms.
Any confidentiality clauses associated with some compensation claims have not been made at our direction. Such clauses are required by the wind farm operators and are typically required in these types of settlements. It is a decision for our clients as to whether they accept such clauses.
James Higgins, general manager, Slater and Gordon, Melbourne, Vic
4 May 2012
4 May 2012
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