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5 Oct 2018
Qld art prize sees law firm support
Holding Redlich has sponsored a major Queensland art prize, highlighting its continued support for the arts. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
4 Oct 2018
‘Practising law is a true reflection of ourselves’
Lawyers Weekly spoke to a lawyer who says both his Greek heritage and Indigenous roots has given him strength and foresight to build his own legal pra...
Laundry, dry cleaning, business, sold
3 Oct 2018
Laundry and dry-cleaning business sold for almost $300m
A Melbourne-based commercial laundry and dry-cleaning business has sold its entire issued share capital to a private equity firm for close to $300 mil...
3 Oct 2018
Hall & Wilcox woos global firm partner
Hall & Wilcox has welcomed a new partner to its Melbourne property and projects team. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
3 Oct 2018
Linc Energy survives appeal to High Court
Johnson Winter & Slattery has advised the liquidators of Linc Energy in a successful High Court ruling against the granting of special leave to th...
2 Oct 2018
Qld lawyer calls for reform to aged care abuse payout scheme
The coming royal commission into aged care will “only pay lip service to the issue” unless legislation is overhauled to enable victims access to f...
28 Sep 2018
Solicitor struck off for failure to remit monies to ATO, pay super entitlements
A legal director, who was previously disqualified from managing corporations by ASIC, has been removed from the roll for professional misconduct. ...
27 Sep 2018
Gig-style working won’t ‘ever be put back in the box’
Lawyers Weekly spoke with a recruitment professional about lawyers in the gig economy, as well as a new legal platform for freelancers, and why such p...
27 Sep 2018
Alleged accomplice in murder of Sydney lawyer granted bail
The woman accused of being connected to the murder of a Bankstown criminal lawyer has been granted bail. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
27 Sep 2018
Academic sheds light on opportunities for employment lawyers
Piper Alderman has hosted Professor Andrew Stewart as part of a seminar series dedicated to highlighting the current developments in the employment la...
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