Business owners to benefit from virtual eventAug 06 2020

Lawyers Weekly’s sister brand, MyBusiness, is bringing together an impressive line-up of decision-makers, dignitaries, business owners and mental health advocates over t

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Aug 06 2020Government commits to modernising contempt of court laws

The Victorian government has welcomed recommendations to improve and modernise contempt of court law...

by Naomi Neilson

Aug 06 2020How your firm can secure grants

Until you stop thinking like a law firm and start thinking like a business, you won’t be successfu...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Aug 06 2020Should firms be paperless post-pandemic?

Many law firms have been transitioning away from paper in recent years, but the onset of COVID-19 ma...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Aug 06 2020Cash flow the primary concern for SME leaders

New findings suggest that, contrary to popular belief, JobKeeper is not the primary source of concer...

by Maja Garaca Djurdjevic

Employer taking staff to FWC ‘an unusual move’Aug 06 2020

The taking of one’s employees to the Fair Work Commission – as one Melbourne laundry facility has done, could have implications for work...

by Adrian Flores

Cyber enemies at the gates of law firmsAug 04 2020

As 2019 drew to an end, and raging bushfires burnt regional Australia to the ground – it was an enemy we understood, how to fight and cou...

by Anastasios Maltezos

CIE Legal elevates 2Aug 04 2020

CIE Legal has promoted two of its employees to senior associate roles. News Write comment (0 Comments) ...

by Emma Ryan

AI partnership fast-tracks superannuation claimsAug 04 2020

A firm specialising in superannuation law has rolled out an artificial intelligence-infused solution to significantly cut the time it takes ...

by Naomi Neilson

Is now the time to push for partnership?Aug 03 2020

In amid the challenges of COVID-19 are inherent professional opportunities. Here, Kiera Peacock discuses whether one such opportunity is bec...

by Jerome Doraisamy