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16 Apr 2019
Western Sydney solicitor reprimanded for professional misconduct
The principal of Liverpool-based firm NSW Compensation Lawyers has been reprimanded and ordered to pay costs after being found to have engaged in prof...
Cliff Rosenberg
16 Apr 2019
‘Accelerate growth as a business owner and entrepreneur’: LinkedIn founder to front BLS
The founder and managing director of LinkedIn Australia and New Zealand has been named the keynote speaker at this year's Boutique Law Summit. ...
16 Apr 2019
Rush defamation case shouldn’t affect #metoo
The Geoffrey Rush defamation case outcome is not a blow against the #metoo movement despite media commentary surrounding the decision, according to an...
12 Apr 2019
Holding Redlich re-elects national managing partner
National firm Holding Redlich has re-elected its national managing partner for a second four-year stint. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
12 Apr 2019
SunRice enlists on the ASX
Addisons has advised SunRice on its recent ASX listing. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Apr 2019
McCabe Curwood launches new building and construction practice
Mid-tier firm McCabe Curwood has hired a partner from Mills Oakley to create a building and construction practice group, marking the latest expansion ...
11 Apr 2019
Customs House has new owner
Sydney’s Customs House has been purchased by the city from the Commonwealth of Australia. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
11 Apr 2019
Special counsel and senior associate join KCL Law
KCL Law has made two new appointments across its practice offerings, one in the firm’s banking and finance practice and another in property pract...
11 Apr 2019
NSW practitioners urged to ‘act now’ to prepare for electronic conveyancing mandate
Lawyers and conveyancers in NSW are being encouraged to adequately prepare for the electronic conveyancing mandate, which comes into effect in July of...
10 Apr 2019
Creevey Russell flags ‘inadequate’ animal activist fines
Creevey Russell Lawyers has urged the government to do more to protect businesses being impacted by animal activist groups. Write comment (2 ...
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