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30 May 2019
Further charges laid in investigation into Brisbane firm
A 35-year-old man has today been charged with fraud and falsification of records as part of the ongoing Operation Stockade, which is looking into the ...
30 May 2019
Why ‘black and white’ precedents don’t exist in religious disputes in family law
It is hard for Australian courts to set down blanket rules for the resolution of religious disputes between parents, or matters where religion comes i...
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30 May 2019
TurksLegal names new partner
TurksLegal has welcomed a new lawyer to its Melbourne-based general insurance team. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
29 May 2019
Mills Oakley recruits K&L Gates IP partner
Mills Oakley has bolstered its Melbourne-based IP offering with the recruitment of a new partner who joins from K&L Gates. Write comment ...
29 May 2019
Nine Entertainment sells off athletic events
World Triathlon Corporation has acquired a number of athletic events, including the Sun-Herald City2Surf, from Nine Entertainment Co. Write co...
29 May 2019
B2B service advised on IPO and ASX listing
Melbourne-based business-to-business service Powerwrap Limited has been advised on its $17.4 million IPO and listing on the Australian Stock Exchange....
27 May 2019
Why Pipers can now move to expel partner suing for sex discrimination
The Federal Court has discharged an injunction preventing national firm Piper Alderman from expelling partner Lexia Wilson, holding it was “not sati...
27 May 2019
Agenda set for Boutique Law Summit
The run-down sheet of Lawyers Weekly’s inaugural Boutique Law Summit has been finalised, featuring a variety of keynote presentations and panel dis...
24 May 2019
Injunction preventing Pipers from moving to expel partner suing for sex discrimination 'discharged'
The Federal Court of Australia has discharged an injunction preventing national firm Piper Alderman from convening a meeting to consider expelling ...
24 May 2019
Former NSW Law Society councilor found guilty of professional misconduct
A North Sydney-based family law practitioner has been reprimanded and fined $12,000 after being found guilty of unsatisfactory professional conduct an...
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