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30 Jan 2019
Law grads should take a gap year before starting their careers
Mardi Grivas took a gap year after finishing high school, which she saw as being a smart decision for her educational future. Now, having just complet...
King & Wood Mallesons
30 Jan 2019
Corsair Infrastructure Partners advised on stake in DP World Australia
King & Wood Mallesons has advised Corsair Infrastructure Partners on its latest transaction concerning a majority stake in DP World Australia. ...
Ben Hardwick
30 Jan 2019
ALRC’s recommendations mostly ‘sensible and measured’, says S&G
Slater and Gordon has backed the recommendations set out by the Australian Law Reform Commission’s inquiry into class actions and litigation funding...
30 Jan 2019
Ashurst gains 2 from competitor firms
Ashurst has appointed two new partners to its corporate practice, one of whom joins from King & Wood Mallesons while the other joins from MinterEl...
29 Jan 2019
How law firms can manage office romances: Part two
While the capacity of and necessity for a law firm to intervene in an office romance will ultimately depend on the nature of that relationship, there ...
29 Jan 2019
Shine appoints new practice heads
Shine Lawyers has appointed three new heads of practice across its personal injury and litigation and loss recovery spheres. Write comment (0...
29 Jan 2019
Should you be yourself at work?
Picture the scene, you’re at home after a long, hard day’s work. You’ve just settled down with a glass of wine and your favourite boxset on Stan...
25 Jan 2019
Fijian PPP project sees major investment
Four Aussie-headquartered Ashurst staff have advised the Fiji National Provident Fund on its majority investment in the Lautoka & Ba Hospitals PP...
24 Jan 2019
Clive Palmer dispute versus WA gives lessons for international arbitrators
Mining tycoon Clive Palmer’s newest legal battle – in which he is threatening to use a treaty with New Zealand to sue Australia for $45 billion in...
24 Jan 2019
BigLaw foreshadows upending of workplace laws
A BigLaw firm has shone a light on some speculative workplace legislation changes it said could arise if the Australian Labor Party is elected to gove...
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