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Folklaw 5 May 2006Mar 03 2012

Eating for justicePrisons have been ideal locations in which to test the hypothesis that aggression and violence are triggered by poor nutr

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Mar 03 2012Hall & Wilcox acts on rights offer

Hall & Wilcox has acted for ASX-listed APN/UKA European Retail Trust on its $130 million and $150 ...

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Mar 03 2012Sale and leaseback first for defence statutory body

Minter Ellison acted for the Defence Housing Authority (DHA), a commonwealth statutory body, in rel...

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Mar 03 2012The media, the litigation and the takeover

“More twists and turns than a zig-zag railway” is how one lawyer described the Toll/Patr...

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Mar 03 2012Fosters not so Aussie

Blake Dawson Waldron advised Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) on the Australian aspects of its $7...

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Minter Ellison assists on outsourcingMar 03 2012

Minter Ellison’s Hong Kong office acted for Cathay Pacific Airways on the outsourcing of its data centre to Unisys in a multi-million dol...

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NZ’s Trade Me Board tradedMar 03 2012

Lead advisers Buddle Findlay, headed by Andrew Simmonds, and specialist M&A advisers Quigg Partners, led by John Horner, advised the Tra...

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Supply Chain Consulting buys into AsiaMar 03 2012

Holding Redlich acted for Supply Chain Consulting on its expansion into Asia through the acquisition of the Magnus Consulting group of comp...

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Deacons advises on JV plan for Chinese steel makerMar 03 2012

Deacons advised China’s Anshan Iron & Steel Group Corporation (Ansteel) in one of the first binding agreements between a Chinese stee...

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Folklaw 21 April 2006Mar 03 2012

Thefts ‘a bit on the nose’Stealing from charities stinks at the best of times, but Folklaw was outraged on reading the news that thieve...

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