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17 May 2019
DWF expands national litigation team
DWF’s Australian arm has welcomed the arrival of a new principal lawyer who takes to its national litigation team. Write comment (0 Comment...
King & Wood Mallesons
17 May 2019
Alliance Minerals advised on ‘strategic’ share placements
King & Wood Mallesons has advised Alliance Minerals on its recently announced equity capital raising. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
16 May 2019
Bullying, sexual harassment ‘significantly higher’ in Aus legal circles
New findings show that bullying and sexual harassment is “rife” in the Australian legal profession, with our rates “significantly higher than gl...
16 May 2019
Ex-Billabong CEO in LSC’s firing line
Billabong’s former CEO Matthew Perrin is once again fronting court, this time over his standing as a lawyer. Write comment (1 Comment) ...
16 May 2019
US tech company advised on IPO and ASX listing
United States-based technology company Life360 has been advised on “the largest IPO on the ASX this year”, and “one of the largest tech debuts o...
16 May 2019
Brickworks advised on ‘innovative’ Wall as a Service JV
Australian manufacturing business Brickworks has been advised on the formation of a 50/50 joint venture company with FBR Limited. Write commen...
16 May 2019
International law firm names new Aussie management team
An international law firm has appointed a new management structure in Australia, effective immediately.  Write comment (0 Comments) ...
16 May 2019
Thomson Geer bolsters Brisbane aged care team
Thomson Geer has confirmed it has boosted its Brisbane-based aged care and retirement living team with the recruitment of two new partners and their t...
15 May 2019
Law firm delays IPO plans
An Australian law firm has postponed its plans to list on the Australian Securities Exchange following a change in circumstances to its debut. ...
15 May 2019
Purplebricks fiasco paints ‘interesting’ look into law firm fixed fee model
The Aussie collapse of real estate chain Purplebricks has highlighted the complexities of fixed fee structures in other industries, such as law, accor...
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