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Lawyers warned to be the next entrepreneursMar 02 2012

A MAJORITY of Australian firms ultimately take their lead from what other firms are doing, rather than what their clients would like them to

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Mar 02 2012Qld deal sees AAR juggling

THE QUEENSLAND Government has touted a win in its recent energy sales process, in which it grossed m...

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Mar 02 2012Give more ammunition to ASIC: Costello

CORPORATE WRONGDOING may attract civil sanctions and higher penalties under a discussion paper relea...

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Mar 02 2012ASIC crucial in global markets: Lucy

THE CHAIRMAN of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has highlighted the impo...

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Mar 02 2012ACCC takes broadsword to broadband debate

THE NATION’S chief competition regulator is committed to maximising consumer choice and supporting...

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DLA Phillips Fox benefits from global reachMar 02 2012

BEING PART of a global legal network may become essential if Australian firms want to attract the work of major international companies.At l...

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Close shave for a good causeMar 02 2012

Sparke Helmore’s lawyers are losing their hair. Don’t get the wrong idea though — they aren’t so stressed they’ve started pull...

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Jury out on sentencing powersMar 02 2012

NSW Opposition leader Peter Debnam’s controversial election promise is to give juries sentencing powers. Clare Buttner asks whether publi...

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A better way to divorceMar 02 2012

COLLABORATIVE LAW is beginning to take off in Australia with the backing of the Family Law Council, federal Attorney-General Philip Ruddock,...

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All new LCA on the way: BuggMar 02 2012

THE LAW Council of Australia (LCA) hopes to finalise changes to its constitution — including the offer of a seat at the table to a nin...

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