Carbon trade hub taskforce for SydneyMar 02 2012

A NEW taskforce is being assembled to guarantee Sydney’s future as a hub of carbon trading in the region. New South Wales Minister for Cli

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Mar 02 2012From Pakistan to Oxford and back again

AS A relatively recent graduate, Natasha Simonsen has achieved more in her short legal career than m...

by Angela Priestley

Mar 02 2012Freehills lands Landcare award

FREEHILLS HAS been rewarded for its key role in developing Landcare Australia’s innovative carbon ...

by Zoe Lyon

Mar 02 2012Justice crusaders take crowns

MEMBERS OF the legal profession gathered at Parliament House last week for the 2008 Justice Awards.T...

by Zoe Lyon

Mar 02 2012Lawyers taking the technology gamble

LAWYERS could be taking big risks with confidential client information by storing it on their person...

by Zoe Lyon

Sparke Helmore named an employer of choiceMar 02 2012

SPARKE HELMORE has been recognised as an employer of choice at the recent Australian HR Awards 2008.The firm — which was a joint winne...

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Airlines in the firing line for price fixingMar 02 2012

QANTAS AIRWAYS Limited has agreed to hand over $20 million in fines for its involvement in price fixing between 2002 and early 2006, and the...

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CBA deal once in a lifetimeMar 02 2012

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) is now awaiting regulatory approval for its proposed $2.1 billion acquisition of BankWest from Brit...

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Opes Prime class action reopenedMar 02 2012

SLATER & Gordon will reopen the Opes Prime class action after attempts at mediation failed last week.Earlier in the year Slater & Go...

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Firms scoop top talent from IndiaMar 02 2012

A RECORD 40 per cent of law graduates at a top Indian law school have been snapped up by international law firms.As reported in The Lawyer, ...

by Lawyers Weekly