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12 Feb 2019
Lifi Labs advised on sale to Buddy Platform
LED light manufacturing company Lifi Labs has been advised on its agreed sale to IT service management company Buddy Platform Limited. Write c...
University of Sydney
11 Feb 2019
USyd team crowned national Jessup Moot champion
A team from the University of Sydney has taken out top honours at the Australian round of the 2019 Philip C Jessup Moot. Write comment (0 Com...
11 Feb 2019
Kookaburra Sport enhances Aussie scope
Ashurst has advised Kookaburra Sport on its merger with a fellow Australian sporting goods and clothing company. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Feb 2019
Lawyer-assisted mediation program boasts ‘record’ success rate
New figures coming out of an “out-of-court” mediation program have revealed its success rate is rising, with research indicating the service is no...
8 Feb 2019
Linklaters wins urgent application to prevent former Aus employee from disclosing confidential information
Global firm Linklaters has won an urgent application in the UK High Court of Justice for an injunction restraining an ex-employee from disclosing info...
8 Feb 2019
Hogan Lovells completes ‘next phase’ of Aussie expansion
Global law firm Hogan Lovells has recruited two partners to build out its corporate practice, as part of “next phase of the firm’s investment and ...
8 Feb 2019
How businesses must respond post-banking royal commission
In reflecting on the final report of the banking royal commission, businesses should be aware that if they consistently fail to meet the community’s...
8 Feb 2019
Legal heads weigh in on Townsville crisis
Courts closed, businesses and homes flooded, access roads underwater: how is Townsville’s legal community coping with one of the worst floods on rec...
8 Feb 2019
Legal service defends relocation decision
An Australian legal service organisation has clarified its reasoning in deciding to relocate its hub from the Clarence Valley area, following quest...
7 Feb 2019
BigLaw firm pinpoints data breach spike since GDPR roll out
Over 59,000 personal data breaches have been reported since the introduction of general data protection regulation (GDPR), according to new research ...
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