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Caution on gambling addictionsMar 02 2012

EMPLOYER GROUPS recently called on the state, territory and federal governments to amend discrimination, health and safety and workers’ co

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Mar 02 2012Phillips outfoxes Middletons

FOUR NEW partners and another four lawyers have been added to Phillips Fox’s corporate and commerc...

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Mar 02 2012Lawyers to shoot for the stars as space law takes off: academics

THE GROWING field of space law, which represents a multi-billion dollar industry, is the focus of an...

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Mar 02 2012The ugly face of gender in the law

There are still too few women with speaking parts in the courts, reports Kate Gibbs. Recent statist...

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Mar 02 2012Change to native title claims process

THE FEDERAL government’s proposal to reform the native title claim resolution process last week ai...

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Clayton Utz to the rescueMar 02 2012

CLAYTON UTZ partners were called upon by administrators PricewaterhouseCoopers to string together a last minute deal, without which 10,000 ...

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No lesson from UK on CSRMar 02 2012

AUSTRALIAN LAWYERS are not in favour of changing directors’ duties as a way of ensuring Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), a conferenc...

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Minter Ellison’s advice on the cardsMar 02 2012

THE OFFICE of Access Card has appointed law firm Minter Ellison as legal advisor for the implementation of the new health and social service...

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Conflict resolution needed for judiciary v mediaMar 02 2012

WITH LAW and order bidding wars likely to heat up in the coming months as several governments head for the polls, a Victorian Supreme Court ...

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High pro bono score, but response poor so farMar 02 2012

Relatively high numbers of lawyers are undertaking significant levels of pro bono work, according to the preliminary results of a national s...

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