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17 Nov 2017
4-party perspective: How success differs in law firm roles
A new survey has shed light on how principals, lawyers, office managers and paralegals measure their success, with some vastly different results comin...
ASX data platform makes $23 million placement
17 Nov 2017
ASX data platform makes $23 million placement
A US-based company that runs an ASX-listed data aggregation and management platform has successfully launched a multimillion-dollar capital raising. ...
17 Nov 2017
Montara oil spill victims win more time to file class action claim
The Federal Court has granted a seaweed farmer from Indonesia more time to prepare his claim as the lead applicant suing an oil company over a devasta...
16 Nov 2017
6 more partners say goodbye to HDY
Two weeks ahead of Henry Davis York’s combination with Norton Rose Fulbright, six more partners have declined the proposition. ...
16 Nov 2017
Going beyond legal sees firm scoop up prestigious award
A start-up has become the first law firm to be awarded what’s being called “SMEs’ biggest prize”. ...
16 Nov 2017
Legislation the next hurdle for marriage equality
Lawyers have underscored the importance of ensuring same-sex marriage legislation does not limit anti-discrimination protections. ...
16 Nov 2017
Global launches ‘groundbreaking’ anti-bribery tool
A global law firm has launched a new tool which promises to put key aspects of worldwide anti-corruption laws at the users’ fingertips and consequen...
16 Nov 2017
Vic road upgrade to be Australian project-first
The contract for an upgrade of Victoria’s Western Roads will be the first such contract for a public-private partnership development and maintenance...
16 Nov 2017
Arrested for fraud: Qld lawyers caught in cash payment scandal
The legal fraternity in Queensland has been mired by aggravated fraud charges against two lawyers and a law clerk associated with the law firm Bossche...
16 Nov 2017
Pitcher Partners embroiled in Slater & Gordon class action
A claim has been filed against the accounting firm over its auditing for Slater and Gordon. ...
15 Nov 2017
Law firm without lawyers opens its doors
With reports estimating 40 per cent of Aussie jobs to be automated by 2025, a “law firm without lawyers” has been rolled out in what’s being des...
15 Nov 2017
Lawyer slams ‘pig-headed’ policy
A Queensland family lawyer has lashed out at the state’s Liberal National Party following an “appalling” new campaign policy on domestic violenc...
15 Nov 2017
Mega advice business birthed from multimillion-dollar deal
The acquisition of ANZ’s OnePath for $975 million has transformed a company into one of the largest advice providers in Australia. ...
15 Nov 2017
Toyota faces class action over defective airbags
A global law firm has filed a class action against the car manufacturer on behalf of consumers. ...
15 Nov 2017
Suncorp makes ‘strategic’ capital notes offer
Regulated entities within the Suncorp Group will benefit from new funds raised as part of its latest capital notes offer. ...
14 Nov 2017
60% of organisations suffer ‘inefficient’ legal spend: Report
New research has found that the majority of large organisations around the world allocate their legal spend inefficiently. ...
14 Nov 2017
Government urged to address UN human rights concerns
Prominent legal bodies have called on the government to take stronger action to improve Australia’s human rights record. ...
14 Nov 2017
Trio of SA promos for national firm
Three lawyers have been elevated to senior associate across three practice areas of a national law firm. ...
14 Nov 2017
Leading futurist addresses legal tech conference
A prominent Australian futurist will deliver the keynote address at a legal technology conference today. ...
14 Nov 2017
Law firm nurtures creative passions of emerging artists
A two-week exhibition of works created by the 2017 Curwoods artist-in-residence Joanna Gambotto is opening today. ...
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A group of lawyers at Allens have received promotions across its PNG and Australian offices. ...
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On the face of it, there doesn’t seem to be much that is amusing about the law, writes Geoff Rober...
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Advocate’s immunity – without fear or without favour but not both
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