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12 Jun 2019
Are employment contracts increasingly being used to control employees’ lives?
The debate about lawyers’ freedom to use social media rages on, with an award-winning employment partner expressing concern that employment contract...
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12 Jun 2019
Uber cleared in Fair Work investigation
Ride-sharing app Uber has been cleared by the Fair Work Ombudsman of being in breach of workplace rules, after an investigation was launched to determ...
Adrian Jones
12 Jun 2019
New hotel for Melbourne’s Southbank
Norton Rose Fulbright has advised a Singaporean hospitality company on its acquisition of a new hotel in Melbourne’s Southbank. Write commen...
12 Jun 2019
Queen’s Birthday Honours cites services to law
A number of notable judges, lawyers, academics and community members have been recognised for their services to the law and the judiciary in the Queen...
12 Jun 2019
Inner-city precinct to see build-to-rent project
Mirvac has acquired a purpose-built build-to-rent project in Melbourne’s CBD. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Jun 2019
Aussie law firm makes ASX debut
An Australian law firm has officially listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. Write comment (1 Comment) ...
11 Jun 2019
‘Collegiality of the law is one of its greatest strengths’
Law Council of Australia president Arthur Moses SC has urged the profession to work together in order to achieve proper wellbeing among Australia’s ...
11 Jun 2019
Minters partner flags importance of ‘reimagining’ healthcare delivery
A MinterEllison partner and the firm’s national healthcare sector leader has shined a spotlight on issues affecting the industry as of late, noting ...
11 Jun 2019
Kiamal Solar Farm marks milestones
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised Total Eren on its financial close of Victoria’s Kiamal Solar Farm. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Jun 2019
Legal body names new chairperson
A local legal body has elected a new chairperson, effective immediately. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
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