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7 May 2019
Bega beats Kraft in peanut butter game
Bega Cheese has won its battle against Kraft over the way it packages its peanut butter, ensuring it can continue to use the current packaging of its ...
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3 May 2019
What does flexible working mean?
Workplace flexibility has, for so long, been characterised as a women’s issue or, more specifically, a women-with-children’s issue, writes Isla M...
Bird & Bird
3 May 2019
Annual promotions see Aussies named
A law firm has named a number of its Australian lawyers in its annual global promotions. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
2 May 2019
Smart Strategies: How to optimise strategic planning
As the end of the financial year rapidly approaches, now is the perfect time to schedule a strategy session to reflect on the year’s wins and challe...
2 May 2019
Qld lawyer reprimanded for ‘shortcoming’ in execution of client’s will
A Queensland-based principal has been found guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct and reprimanded for drafting and presenting for execution a ...
2 May 2019
Family bus business changes hands
Clarendon Lawyers has advised the shareholders of the Sita Group on the sale of the company to Transit Systems Pty Ltd. Write comment (0 Comm...
1 May 2019
Southern Cross Care scoops up Mornington Retirement Village
Russell Kennedy Lawyers and HWL Ebsworth have advised on an M&A deal which sees Southern Cross Care acquire The Mornington Retirement Village. ...
29 Apr 2019
South Sydney lawyer struck off for ‘reckless’ trust account withdrawals and transfers
Following a 2018 guilty finding on three counts of professional misconduct and one count of unsatisfactory professional conduct, a South Sydney princi...
29 Apr 2019
NSW solicitor struck off for ‘significant’ trust account breaches
A NSW-based practitioner has been removed from the roll after having 19 grounds of complaint brought against him. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
29 Apr 2019
Developer nears Melbourne tower completion
Thomson Geer is advising a Malaysian developer on its Aurora Melbourne Central mixed-use complex in Melbourne’s CBD. Write comment (0 Comme...
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