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4 Jun 2019
NYSE company acquires Australasian group
NYSE-listed Genuine Parts Company is upping its ownership of Australia’s Inenco Group to 100 per cent. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Paul Salter
4 Jun 2019
Global fund manager being advised on $150m acquisition, $240m cap raise
Property, credit and private equity fund manager Salter Brothers is being advised on their acquisition of NEXT Hotel and a near-quarter billion-dollar...
Legal Firm of Choice Survey
4 Jun 2019
Key motivators for joining and switching firms to be uncovered
Lawyers Weekly, powered by Momentum Intelligence, has launched this year’s ‘Legal Firm of Choice Survey’, the results of which are to identify t...
3 Jun 2019
Demand for 'particularly personable' lawyers on the rise
Understanding your own strengths and how you can use them to help clients is one of the most important aspects of being a young lawyer, according to a...
3 Jun 2019
$200m for Queen St building
A Boston-based real estate investment manager has purchased a commercial office building in Melbourne’s Queen Street. Write comment (0 Comm...
3 Jun 2019
NSW wind farm gets construction go-ahead
The Clean Energy Finance Corporation has provided debt funding for construction of a New South Wales wind farm by RATCH-Australia. Write comme...
31 May 2019
Partner of the Year Awards winners revealed
Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with Taylor Root, is proud the announce the recipients of this year’s Partner of the Year Awards. Write comme...
31 May 2019
PZ Cussons wins 6 year battle against ACCC
Allens has successfully assisted PZ Cussons in defending a cartel case brought by the ACCC. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
31 May 2019
Infigen acquires Western Sydney energy facility
ASX-listed Infigen Energy is acquiring a Western Sydney open cycle gas turbine facility. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
30 May 2019
Class action filed against AMP in Federal Court
A national plaintiff firm has filed the first Federal Court class action against AMP on behalf of superannuation fund members that alleges the bank er...
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