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Trans-Tasman competition too costly

WHILE RECENT MEDIA reports suggest Australian corporates are looking to cut costs by outsourcing work to New Zealand law firms, some local f

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AML business’ responsibility: Fed

IT IS the responsibility of the financial services sector, not government, to ensure that criminals ...

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Spitzer goes after AIG

FRESH FROM probing the insurance broking community in the United States, New York Attorney-General E...

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In-house-team-of-the-year-in-doubt

THE FUTURE of the 2005 Australian Law Awards in-house team of the year is in doubt, as WMC Resources...

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TressCox Lawyers in transition

TRESSCOX LAWYERS, one of the oldest firms in Australia, has announced the appointment of Peter Smit...

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Top-tier exit for small clients

IN YET another example of the increasingly rapid flow of top-tier firm partners into smaller firms, Allens Arthur Robinson has lost a commer...

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In-house legal practice course in the wings

THE AUSTRALIAN Corporate Lawyers Association (ACLA) and the College of Law are working together to develop a graduate diploma in in-house le...

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Corporates brace for AML shortage

AS THE CORPORATE sector continues to wait for the Federal Government to show its hand on anti-money laundering, fears are growing that firms...

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Money can’t buy you talent

FIRMS HAVE not been using cash to sway potential candidates and attract staff to remedy the current skills shortage, the recently released H...

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BDW takes on new top gun

THE RECENT appointment of a new chairman of partners at Blake Dawson Waldron has seen a female step into this prestigious role.Replacing Ric...

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