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17 Jun 2019
Australian renewables drive confident investment
Enthusiasm for investment in Australian renewables is high, thanks in part to political and regulatory stability as well as legal certainty, according...
Sydney street
17 Jun 2019
How interoperability is affecting lawyers
The concept of interoperability is making headway in the legal profession, with numerous benefits being cited by the nation’s industry bodies. ...
14 Jun 2019
Global firm nabs 5 partners from NRF
A global firm has recruited five partners from Norton Rose Fulbright for its Australian corporate practice. Write comment (2 Comments) ...
14 Jun 2019
Recent sex harassment case ‘sets a precedent for exemplary damages’ in law firms
The decision by the Federal Circuit Court to award $170,000 to the former employee of a boutique firm for “relentless” sexual harassment offers le...
14 Jun 2019
Clutz advises Patersons Securities
Patersons Securities Limited has proposed a scheme of arrangement with an Australian subsidiary of TSX-listed Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. Wri...
14 Jun 2019
G+T boosts special counsel capability
Gilbert + Tobin has bolstered its competition and regulation practice with the hiring of a new special counsel and the internal promotion to special c...
13 Jun 2019
LCA ‘troubled’ by ASIC stance
The Law Council of Australia has hit back at ‘extremely concerning’ comments made by ASIC about client legal privilege and litigation conduct. ...
13 Jun 2019
BGC Group offloads 2 Perth hotels
Baker McKenzie has advised BGC Group simultaneously across two separate Perth hotel sales. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
13 Jun 2019
Online lender takes on IPO
Online lender Prospa Group Limited has undertaken an initial public offering valued at more than $600 million. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
12 Jun 2019
Ashurst partner and board member asked to leave
A partner in the Munich office of global firm Ashurst, who also served as a board member, has been asked to leave the firm. Write comment (3 ...
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