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Risk awards to open for businessMar 03 2012

NOMINATIONS FOR the Australian Risk Management Awards 2005 will open in the coming weeks, with this year’s event expected to be bigger and

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Mar 03 2012ALP stokes ASX risk debate, but ASIC satisfied

THE FEDERAL Opposition wants the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) to step up its role in policing the...

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Mar 03 2012Deal of the week

Freehills was chosen to advise health care company DCA Group Limited (DCA) on the expansion of its ...

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Mar 03 2012Another four years for Weisbrot

DAVID WEISBROT has been reappointed as president of the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) for ...

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Mar 03 2012LCA on warpath over AML

THE LAW COUNCIL of Australia (LCA) has insisted it will do everything in its power to resist any pot...

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New tender to boost NT legal aidMar 03 2012

INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS in the Northern Territory and South Australia should have access to better, professional and culturally appropriate l...

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Insolvency onslaught to impact lawyersMar 03 2012

A CRACKDOWN on corporate insolvency by the Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) is likely to have flow-on effects for t...

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Under one roof now: MiddletonsMar 03 2012

MIDDLETONS LAWYERS is carving out a new niche in Sydney’s CBD, joining other law firms in the legal precinct of Martin Place. Opening up i...

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Expertise exports via niche practicesMar 03 2012

GILBERT + TOBIN’s newly appointed role in reporting to the Hong Kong Government on the competitiveness of the city’s auto-fuel market de...

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All in limbo as Coudert dissolves worldwideMar 03 2012

INTERNATIONAL LAW FIRM Coudert Brothers has closed its doors, Lawyers Weekly learned today. After months of negotiations over merger opportu...

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