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What if you couldn't work?Mar 03 2012

Has your income protection insurance left you under-insured? Are you paying your premiums in the most tax-effective way? Is your policy prov

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Mar 03 2012Mid-tiers make their move

With the GFC worming its way further into Australia's real economy, businesses are trimming back the...

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Mar 03 2012A whole new paper trail

WE MIGHT still be a way off achieving the fabled "paperless office", but filing cabinets and lever-a...

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Mar 03 2012Redundancy: moving past the stigma

Redundancy is often perceived as tarring the reputation of both lawyers and law firms, but with the ...

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Mar 03 2012Regional Profile: Newcastle

Harris Wheeler Lawyers was set up in 1892 by Henry Harris to specialise in conveyancing and company ...

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Insolvency heats up as economy coolsMar 03 2012

Insolvency lawyers have kept a low profile for much of the last decade while their M&A counterparts have basked in the limelight. A few ...

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Upskilling in a downturnMar 03 2012

One of the least dire implications of the GFC is the impetus and opportunity it has created for those toying with the idea of returning to s...

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Regional Profile: MackayMar 03 2012

McKay's Solicitors was established in Mackay in Queensland in 1988 after the merger of two local firms. It then bucked the usual trend of ex...

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Regional Profile: GunnedahMar 03 2012

Sole partner Peter Long started Long Howland Lawyers and Advisors in Gunnedah, New South Wales in September 1994. The presence of four coal ...

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Regional Profile: BurnieMar 03 2012

From a start-up in 1953 by sole practitioner Basil Sproule, who later became a magistrate, McLean McKenzie & Topfer has grown into one o...

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