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Award-winning author welcomes lawyers to age-old battleMar 03 2012

WITH LAWYERS on their side, it is impossible to believe that justice and compassion for animals will not triumph, Nobel Prize for Literature

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Mar 02 2012Practice turns company at Blake Dawson

BLAKE DAWSON has reopened for business in 2008 with an administrative overhaul of one practice grou...

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Mar 02 2012Allens number one for IPOs

ALLENS ARTHUR Robinson was the number one adviser for Australian and New Zealand IPOs in 2007, acco...

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Mar 02 2012NSW judicial body backs judge in terrorism case

THE NSW body that handles complaints against judicial officers has backed Justice Michael Adams agai...

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Mar 02 2012Class actions on the rise: firms

ONCE CONSIDERED a purely American phenomenon, class actions are becoming a firm fixture of the Austr...

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Investors to unite against CentroMar 02 2012

SLATER & GORDON and Maurice Blackburn are both considering commencing class actions against shopping centre giant, Centro Properties Gro...

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Cartel conduct could lead to jail timeMar 02 2012

AFTER YEARS of the Howard government beating around the bush, the Rudd Government has released a draft Bill for consultation which, if intro...

by Zoe Lyon

London firm Maxwell Winward investigates Australian opportunitiesMar 02 2012

CITY OF London firm Maxwell Winward LLP is canvassing the prospect of opening an Australian arm for its building and construction practice. ...

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Top firms not ready to capitalise on climate riskMar 02 2012

AUSTRALIA’S TOP-200 listed companies are unprepared to realise the competitive advantage that addressing the risks posed by climate change...

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Mallesons brand hits ShanghaiMar 02 2012

MALLESONS STEPHEN Jaques is on its way to cementing its position in Shanghai, widely regarded as the epicentre of the Chinese economy. The f...

by Zoe Lyon