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Law firm loses appeal against SMSF in contract clause case
A law firm has lost an appeal in the NSW Court of Appeal against an SMSF in a case relating to a clause in a contract for the purchase of land. ...
Creevey Russell Lawyers
Creevey Russell appoints new personal law practitioner
Queensland-based firm Creevey Russell Lawyers has expanded its personal law team with the appointment of a boutique lawyer from Adelaide. Writ...
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Mills Oakley adds partner to Canberra office
National firm Mills Oakley has strengthened its commercial litigation capability by hiring a new partner in the nation’s capital. Write comm...
23 Jul 2019
Concerned about FaceApp? You should also worry about Facebook
Community alarm about Russian-owned FaceApp and its wideranging user agreement should similarly be applied to social media giant Facebook, argues an I...
23 Jul 2019
Sparkes promotes 6 to partnership
Six new partners have been added to Sparke Helmore Lawyers’ offering, effective immediately. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
22 Jul 2019
Cooper Grace Ward elevates agribusiness lawyer to partner
Cooper Grace Ward has promoted one of its agribusiness lawyers to the partnership. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
19 Jul 2019
Beecroft Nursing Home sells following ‘challenging’ sector issues
Hall & Wilcox has advised on the sale of Beecroft Nursing Home following challenging circumstances being felt by Australia’s aged care sector ...
18 Jul 2019
Queensland criminal lawyer hit with curfew and tracking device
A Brisbane-based criminal lawyer caught up in Operation Stockade has been fitted with a tracking device and will have to abide by a nightly curfew, af...
18 Jul 2019
Why engaging a divorce coach is so important for family lawyers
Given the extreme stress placed on practitioners in the family law space, having a divorce or conflict coach on hand to help the client navigate traum...
18 Jul 2019
Queensland lawyer fined $30,000
A Queensland-based practitioner has been reprimanded and ordered to pay a penalty of $30,000 for professional misconduct. Write comment (0 Co...
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