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Opes test case kicks offMar 03 2012

The much-anticipated battle between stockbroker Euroz and car dealer Bruce Drummond kicked off in the Federal Court on Monday.The trial is e

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Mar 03 2012In-house lawyers face data crunch

In-house lawyers are anticipating a rise in regulatory action over the next 12 months, but most are ...

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Mar 03 2012Redundancies for Thomson Playford

Thomson Playford Cutlers has confirmed that a number of lawyers and support staff were made redundan...

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Mar 03 2012Downturn brings upturn for better-value boutiques

The downturn is providing some unique opportunities for boutique firms who are positioning themselve...

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Mar 03 2012Holding the reins

He launched his legal career at Holding Redlich as an articled clerk and is now the national managin...

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Still a land of opportunityMar 03 2012

Even the Middle East has fallen victim to the financial crisis, Sarah Sharples asks if Australian lawyers can still capitalise on the now li...

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Quiet on the litigation frontMar 03 2012

It's only natural that the economic downturn should bring about a spike in litigation activity. But this time, there is a more fundamental s...

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Bean counter image irks accountantsMar 03 2012

SYDNEY: Worsening economic conditions are having a negative impact on Australian accounting and finance professionals to the extent that ver...

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HWL redundancies confirmedMar 03 2012

HWL Ebsworth Lawyers have confirmed that 17 staff members have been made redundant since December, but the firm has hired 55 new staff membe...

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Face of corporate fraud unmaskedMar 03 2012

SYDNEY: A marked increase in fraud in Australia and New Zealand since 2006 will be exacerbated by the current financial crisis, according to...

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