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NSW lawyer struck off for professional misconduct
A NSW-based solicitor has been removed from the roll following a finding of professional misconduct in the state’s Civil and Administrative Tribunal...
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Singaporean company acquires Sydney bus operator
Lander & Rogers has advised a transport company listed on the Singapore stock exchange on its acquisition of a Sydney bus operator. Write...
18 Oct 2018
Challenges and advice for sole practitioners heading into 2019
With the 2018 Women in Law Awards right around the corner, Lawyers Weekly spoke with two finalists in the Sole Practitioner of the Year category about...
18 Oct 2018
2 boutiques confirm merger
Two employment law firms based in Adelaide have joined forces following “many months of strategic discussions”. Write comment (0 Comments...
18 Oct 2018
National firm adds to employment and safety team
Colin, Biggers & Paisley has recruited a new partner who takes to the firm’s Sydney-based employment and safety team. Write comment (0 ...
17 Oct 2018
McCullough Robertson boosts tax team
McCullough Robertson has welcomed the arrival of two additional partners, as it continues to look to strengthen its tax practice. Write commen...
17 Oct 2018
Austral Bricks advised on $41m property transaction
Massons has advised Austral Bricks on a property deal worth $41 million. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
17 Oct 2018
US-based company snaps up Aus corporate advisory group
Lander & Rogers has advised Gallagher Benefit Services Pty Ltd on its acquisition of Super Advice, an Australian employee benefit consultant and c...
16 Oct 2018
Southern Cross Austereo becomes playout centre’s ‘largest’ customer
Maddocks has advised on a transaction which will see the outsourcing of Southern Cross Austereo’s television broadcast services. Write comme...
16 Oct 2018
Mills Oakley steps it out to raise funds
National law firm Mills Oakley have stepped up to take part in a challenge that sees it raise funds for the Cerebral Palsy Alliance. Write com...
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