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12 Aug 2019
Spruson & Ferguson elevates 10 firm-wide
Spruson & Ferguson has appointed four new principals across the firm as part of 2019 promotions, as well as several other key elevations. ...
9 Aug 2019
WA principal struck off for misleading District Court
The sole principal of a West Australian-based firm has been removed from the roll of practitioners following findings of “extremely serious conduct...
Lance Pollard
9 Aug 2019
Brisbane firm puts wellbeing on top to improve staff financial stress
A Brisbane-based legal practice has implemented workshops and programs aimed at improving the mental health and wellbeing of its staff. Write ...
8 Aug 2019
Aussie boutique makes ‘strategic move’ to Melbourne hotspot
An Australian boutique has made a move to a “revitalised” precinct in Melbourne's Southbank, as it looks to continue to evolve and keep up with cl...
8 Aug 2019
Firm launches new strategy to attract clients
An Australian law firm has announced a “pivotal point in its history” with the launch of its 2025 Strategic Vision, designed to deliver “sustain...
7 Aug 2019
Sydney lawyer appeal against ASIC ban dismissed
The Federal Court of Australia has denied an appeal put forward by a Sydney lawyer and accountant, following ASIC placing a permanent ban on him prov...
7 Aug 2019
Allen & Overy appoints head of Australian ‘China Desk’
To expand its footprint in the Asia-Pacific region, Allen & Overy appointed David Lam to its Australian “China Desk” based in its Sydney offic...
6 Aug 2019
Lawyer calls out insurers' attempts to change CTP scheme
Renewed calls for Queensland to change its compulsory third party scheme to stamp out claim farming across the state are “nothing but a shameless at...
6 Aug 2019
Cyber security skills fall short in law firms
Almost half of the legal industry reported Australia’s cyber security laws are insufficient and 72 per cent are concerned current regulations are op...
5 Aug 2019
Legal sector needs to ‘catch up’ with intercountry adoption regulations
In a recent research paper, a university scholar has called out the laws and regulation around intercountry adoption, insisting the legal sector needs...
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