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6 Dec 2018
Landers hires former in-house counsel as new safety practice lead
National firm Lander & Rogers has appointed a dedicated practice lead for its workplace relations and safety group. ...
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6 Dec 2018
Water treatment company advised on $36.5m raise
Decentralised water and waste water treatment solutions company Fluence Corporation has been advised on its successful raising to fund its internation...
Man putting coins inside the jar
6 Dec 2018
Consistency needed with superannuation splitting in family courts review
Greater certainty is needed in both the orders for splitting of super funds and in the early release of super in the event of hardship, a national fir...
6 Dec 2018
Corrs advising ESR on takeover bid for listed company
National firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth is advising logistics real estate and fund management platform ESR on its A$723 million off-market takeover bid...
6 Dec 2018
CBP hires 2 insurance lawyers
National firm Colin Biggers & Paisley have added two new insurance lawyers for its Melbourne office. ...
5 Dec 2018
‘All of us have a responsibility to increase the pipeline’
Justice Tanya Kennedy of the New York State Supreme Court has spoken out about what more needs to be done to address imbalance across the global legal...
5 Dec 2018
12 BD things you must do before Christmas
In anticipation of the so-called Silly Season, lawyers and legal institutions must ensure they tick certain boxes before packing up for the summer bre...
5 Dec 2018
2019 legal trends identified
Tech improvements and changing client expectations are just some of the key trends LawPath has identified for the legal profession as it moves towards...
5 Dec 2018
Indigenous voice to Parliament must be ‘constitutional priority’: ALA
Enshrining a voice in Federal Parliament for the First Australians must now occur, in light of a parliamentary report supporting constitutional recogn...
5 Dec 2018
33 appointed to AAT
The federal government has named 33 new part-time appointments to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. ...
5 Dec 2018
Nationwide defamation reform to go ahead
The Council of Attorneys-General has confirmed that a national defamation reform process is now underway, examining the what areas of legislation shou...
4 Dec 2018
Award-winner gives perspective on greatest challenges
As the end of 2018 looms ever closer, 2019’s in-house challenges share both harmonies and dissonance with those affecting private practice, accordin...
4 Dec 2018
TabCorp appoints new general counsel
Australian wagering, gaming and Keno operations company Tabcorp Holdings has hired a new general counsel, who will commence in the role in March of ne...
4 Dec 2018
Nine Entertainment’s GC on in-house life, her award, and the Fairfax merger
It’s been a big year for the accoladed General Counsel of the Year at the 2018 Women in Law Awards, Rachel Launders. ...
4 Dec 2018
Positive societal impacts and business challenges should be heard
It is the time for all board members and company heads to seize the moment and share how their organisation makes a positive contribution to society, ...
4 Dec 2018
Social licence to operate is implied, yet critical for business
Social, informal, and implied licences to operate in communities are vital for new businesses, as well as those establishing themselves in new locatio...
4 Dec 2018
White collar crime still positively favoured in workplaces
Employees still believe it pays to improperly incentivise third parties, while legal and compliance staff are feeling pressured to engage with third p...
4 Dec 2018
Encryption access laws cannot be rushed or politicised
The Law Council of Australia has argued that Federal Parliament must not rush consideration of “complex and unprecedented” encryption access laws,...
4 Dec 2018
Legal institutions and lawyers react to new royal commission
The Australian legal profession is having its say on Victoria’s newly-announced royal commission into the management of police informants, following...
3 Dec 2018
New royal commission announced in wake of questions about barrister informant
The Andrews government has announced it will establish a royal commission to independently inquire into Victoria Police’s recruitment and management...
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