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5 Feb 2019
Acquisition on the cards for Healthscope
King & Wood Mallesons has advised Brookfield Business Partners on its proposal to acquire the second largest private hospital operator in Australi...
Polly Harding
4 Feb 2019
Lawyers’ working hours – who cares?
I can’t put it better than a feeling that there is a seismic turn – we are on the crest of a wave – when it comes to lawyers’ wellbeing, and w...
Luke Westmore
4 Feb 2019
Signal Energy advised on 333MW Darlington solar farm
Global law firm K&L Gates has advised Signal Energy Australia Pty Ltd on its appointment as a contractor of the 333 megawatt Darlington Point Sola...
4 Feb 2019
Payment solution company advised on IPO
An Israeli-incorporated global payment installment solution company Splitit Payments Ltd has been advised on its initial public offering on the Austra...
1 Feb 2019
Corrs catches IP leader
Corrs Chambers Westgarth has announced it has appointed a new partner to its intellectual property practice. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
1 Feb 2019
7th partner for Sparke’s Brisbane office
Sparke Helmore Lawyers has onboarded a new partner to its Brisbane workplace team. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
31 Jan 2019
Jones Day onboards Ashurst IP expert
Jones Day has welcomed a new partner to its Sydney office, bolstering its IP practice group. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
31 Jan 2019
Ashurst offers take on ALRC recommendations
International law firm Ashurst has shared its position following last week’s hand down of recommendations from the Australian Law Reform Commission...
31 Jan 2019
Sumitomo snaps up solar company
Allens has advised Sumitomo Australia Pty Ltd on its acquisition of Western Australian rooftop solar business, Infinite Energy. Write comment ...
31 Jan 2019
Disruption set to alter M&A landscape
The M&A process is expected to be disrupted by third parties in 2019, continuing a trend seen throughout 2018, according to a global law firm’s ...
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