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David Cambria
Mar 26 2019

In-house teams backing themselves with legal ops

Legal operations may be moving beyond the in-house space, as evidenced by some high-profile hires in...
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BigLaw’s model ‘stifles’ its ability to innovate
In this op-ed, L'Oréal general counsel Anna Lozynski explains why – from the perspective of tho...
Mar 26 2019
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Discovery management improving in-house
As in-house teams have moved towards the cloud and become more comfortable with consolidating data, ...
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Judge Guy Andrew
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Townsville Federal Circuit Court role fulfilled
Townsville has welcomed a new full-time Federal Circuit Court judge, after concerns were raised abou...
NOW Australia
Mar 26 2019
3 new directors take to NOW Australia
NOW Australia has appointed three new directors to its board, each of whom bring expertise across la...
Alyn Tai
Mar 26 2019
Holding Redlich adds to national corporate and commercial arm
Holding Redlich has welcomed a new partner to its Melbourne office, who will work as part of the fi...

 

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