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22 Aug 2019
Melbourne firms confirm merger
Two Melbourne-headquartered law firms will become one next month, after a decision was reached to merge their offerings as part of continued growth pl...
Terri Janke and Company
22 Aug 2019
Terri Janke and Company joins AG’s legal services panel
A small Indigenous-owned firm has been appointed to the Attorney-General’s “diverse” Commonwealth Legal Services Panel. Write comment (...
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
21 Aug 2019
Corrs recruits 1 to partner
Independent law firm Corrs Chambers Westgarth has elevated a “leading tax lawyer”, Cameron Rider, to its partnership team. Write comment ...
20 Aug 2019
How family tragedy gave one lawyer perspective on the justice system
Four years ago, Amani Haydar’s mother was murdered by her father at their family home. The aftermath of that horrific incident gave the Sydney-based...
20 Aug 2019
Hamilton Locke absorbs McMahon Clarke staff for Melbourne office
Hamilton Locke has opened an office in Melbourne, absorbing two partners and seven additional staff from funds management and real estate firm McMahon...
19 Aug 2019
Pulse Consortium bids to deliver Qld infrastructure
Corrs has advised Pulse Consortium on its bid to deliver transport infrastructure for a major Queensland construction project. Write comment ...
19 Aug 2019
‘Don’t count on law’ to protect against scammers
A compensation lawyer said Australians should not count on the legal system to save them from scams or to recover money as “our hands are largely ti...
15 Aug 2019
Emotional abuse is not being properly addressed by law
Since her mother’s death at the hands of her father, Sydney-based lawyer and advocate Amani Haydar has seen numerous areas of law that need greater ...
14 Aug 2019
WA sole practitioner struck off for ‘extremely serious’ misconduct
A practitioner who “was so readily prepared to subordinate his ethical obligations” has been removed from the roll in Western Australia. W...
13 Aug 2019
Reimagining the business of IP
In the past, businesses haven’t leveraged intellectual property in the same ways as they would for tangibles, financials or people. This needs to ch...
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