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24 Jan 2019
Brookfield Infrastructure extends global telco reach
King & Wood Mallesons has advised Brookfield Infrastructure on the purchase of AT&T’s global data centre co-location operations, which inclu...
Matt Baumgurtel
24 Jan 2019
K&L Gates bolsters energy and infrastructure practice with GC hire
K&L Gates has appointed a new partner to its Sydney-based energy and infrastructure team, who joins the global law firm after departing his role a...
Jeremy Hyman
24 Jan 2019
Successful leaders in the legal industry require ‘inclusion intelligence’
Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, JFK, Jr., Winston Churchill and John Curtin not unlike many of history’s great leaders, all were challenged wit...
23 Jan 2019
How law firms can manage office romances: Part One
Like in many professional services industries, office romances are “quite common” in law. Lawyers Weekly spoke with a principal lawyer about some ...
23 Jan 2019
ASX-listed distribution business in takeover talks
Herbert Smith Freehills has advised a Japanese-headquartered company on its proposed acquisition of ASX-listed Spicers Limited. Write comment ...
23 Jan 2019
2019 – The year in which culture becomes critical
The fallout from lapses in client’s organisational culture has no doubt kept many leaders awake and Australian law firms busy in 2018 but the best f...
22 Jan 2019
#Goals: What’s driving law firms to success in 2019?
It’s only January, but law firms already know exactly what they want out of the year ahead. Lawyers Weekly has rounded up the eastern seaboard’s t...
21 Jan 2019
HSF boosts ‘follow-the-sun’ eDiscovery capabilities
Herbert Smith Freehills has expanded its alternative legal services (ALT) business to include a new eDiscovery team, which will provide clients with l...
21 Jan 2019
Navitas acquisition pending bar a better offer
Ashurst has advised Navitas Limited on a revised non-binding and conditional proposal from BGH Consortium to acquire all of the company’s outstandin...
18 Jan 2019
Construction, property, commercial lawyers to be in high demand in 2019
Demand is set to remain high across all tiers within law firms, but hotspots of skills in demand are emerging, in light of environmental and political...
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