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Mallesons best infrastructure legal advisers

MALLESONS STEPHEN JAQUES topped a recent poll of Asia Pacific legal advisers to infrastructure for the first half of 2006, with 27.31 per ce

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Ecommerce to tax the world

Clayton Utz partner Niv Tadmore says that the increasing flow of business done on the Internet at bo...

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WA workers sued for striking

WA workers sued for strikingMORE THAN 100 building workers at a Perth construction site face fines o...

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One size to fit all cultures

The legal profession has slammed the Government’s plan to prevent cultural background evidence fr...

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Million-dollar partners in Sydney

SYDNEY’S TOP-tier partners topped the million dollar mark for the first time this year, as the gap...

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‘Collegiate’ AGS a great place to work

THE AUSTRALIAN Government Solicitor (AGS), while operating in a “highly competitive environment”, is still a relatively low pres...

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Workers fined for walking off the job

MORE THAN 100 building workers at a Perth construction site face fines of more than $28,000 each after the Australian Building and Construct...

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Fewer lawyers as media ownership reforms tighten market

THE ABILITY of the legal industry to “shake the tree” when it comes to burning issues of freedom of speech will be seriously com...

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Longest serving registrar celebrated

QUEENSLAND LAW Society president Rob Davis last week publicly celebrated and honoured the career of Ken Toogood, principal registrar and adm...

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Law firms adjust as clients dabble in law

LAW FIRMS are facing pressure from clients that are becoming increasingly involved in both the substance and method by which legal service i...

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