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8 Apr 2019
HHG Legal Group makes 5 hires in WA
West Australian-based SME firm HHG Legal Group has hired five lawyers for its family law and commercial litigation law teams, who will be based in the...
Dan Kramer
8 Apr 2019
Anacacia Capital disposes RISsafety shares
Thomson Geer has advised Anacacia Capital on the disposal of its shares in RISsafety. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
Coleman Greig
5 Apr 2019
Coleman Greig pioneers White Ribbon program in Aus law
Coleman Greig Lawyers has been officially recognised as a White Ribbon accredited workplace, with the firm noting itself as the first law firm in Aust...
5 Apr 2019
New special counsel for Piper Alderman
Piper Alderman has appointed a new special counsel, who takes to the firm’s insolvency and reconstruction team. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
4 Apr 2019
Budget 2019: What’s in it for SMEs?
The federal government has handed down its pre-election budget, with plenty of measures designed to lure swinging voters. Here’s a breakdown of what...
2 Apr 2019
McCabe Curwood poaches 2 principals from Turks, opens Melbourne office
Mid-tier firm McCabe Curwood has officially opened its new office in Melbourne, after bringing across seven lawyers, including two principals, from ...
2 Apr 2019
Mid-tier law firms complete merger
Two Aussie mid-tier law firms have confirmed they have officially merged, four months after first announcing their intentions to combine. Writ...
2 Apr 2019
Law firm looks beyond legal in new brand launch
A long-standing commercial law firm has launched a new brand which aims to signal “the next chapter” of its multidisciplinary practice.  ...
2 Apr 2019
Moray & Agnew add 2 insurance partners
National firm Moray & Agnew has appointed two more partners to its insurance practice, which the firm says contributes to the “continuing expans...
1 Apr 2019
NSW lawyer reprimanded, fined for professional misconduct
A NSW-based practitioner has received a reprimand and fine of $1,000 for failure to comply with a notice issued under the Uniform Law. Write ...
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