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6 Jun 2019
Hamilton Locke gains Gadens partner
Hamilton Locke has recruited a new partner, who joins from Gadens’ banking and finance practice. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
5 Jun 2019
Folau hires Macpherson Kelley for fight against Rugby Australia
Former Wallabies player Israel Folau has engaged national firm Macpherson Kelley and industrial relations barrister Stuart Wood AM QC to represent him...
5 Jun 2019
Solicitor reprimanded for signing letter in name of employer
A NSW-based practitioner has been found guilty of professional misconduct and reprimanded for signing his former employer’s name on an application f...
5 Jun 2019
Suncorp Super in William Roberts’ class action firing line
William Roberts Lawyers has said it will bring a class action against Suncorp Super, and will work with a litigation funder to do so. Write co...
4 Jun 2019
For health’s sake, move away from the ‘extreme angst’ of time-based billing
Under traditional billing methods, the overarching value of a lawyer – particularly junior practitioners – is measured by the quantum of hours bil...
4 Jun 2019
NSW Governor opens HBA Legal’s new Sydney office
National firm HBA Legal has marked the opening of its Sydney office by raising money for the Arts Law Centre of Australia by raffling an Indigenous ar...
3 Jun 2019
More details emerge over murdered Bankstown lawyer
New information has been released in relation to the 2018 murder of Bankstown criminal lawyer Ho Ledinh. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
3 Jun 2019
How to prepare clients for RC aftermath
There are a number of proactive measures to take when preparing clients for the changes that are coming as a result of the banking royal commission’...
31 May 2019
Principal to pay $170,000 in damages for ‘sinister’ sexual harassment
The principal of a boutique firm in northern NSW has been ordered to pay $170,000 in damages to a former employee over “relentless” sexual harassm...
31 May 2019
Landers, LIV committee team up for online asylum seeker legal service
National firm Lander & Rogers and the Legacy Caseload Working Group, formed by the Law Institute of Victoria, have collaborated on a new platform ...
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