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Big Law 11 April 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyHolding Redlich adds new WHS partner

National law firm Holding Redlich has moved to bolster its workplace health and safety ranks with the appointment of a...

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Big Law 20 February 2024 ByJerome DoraisamyGlobal law firm Pinsent Masons has continued to expand its...

Global law firm Pinsent Masons has continued to expand its multi-service offering, adding a WHS team from a BigLaw...

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Big Law 07 November 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyHamilton Locke takes team of 11 from Clyde & Co

National law firm Hamilton Locke had appointed two partners from global rival Clyde & Co (including its former...

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Big Law 01 November 2023 ByEmma MusgraveHow Australia could move forward on ‘right to disconnect’ laws

There are lessons to be learnt from other jurisdictions already making headway on the right to disconnect laws,...

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Big Law 25 March 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyMore BigLaw growth and workplace woes: What’s hot in law this week...

The nation’s biggest law firms continue to swell their ranks, while legal workplaces are staring down the barrel of...

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Big Law 04 March 2023 ByLawyers WeeklyWorkplaces under scrutiny: What’s hot in law this week (27 Feb-3...

Myriad workplace issues and trends — from treatment of staff to greenwashing, from virtual courts to leadership traits...

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Politics 03 March 2023 ByJess FeyderRugg-Ryan mediation fails, could ‘open the door for further...

A case brought by a former staffer against an independent MP may be a test case for determining what constitutes...

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Big Law 03 February 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyChatGPT, poachings and policies: What’s hot in law this week (30 Jan...

From new artificial intelligence (AI) to growth for firms of all sizes, here is your weekly round-up of the biggest news...

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Big Law 27 January 2023 ByJerome DoraisamyLegal bosses should not slide into employees’ DMs, say partners

Team leaders and managers who are inclined to message their lawyers via social media platforms should revert to more...

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NewLaw 24 January 2023 ByAndrew BrooksBallkids are in the news, and it has nothing to do with the tennis

Simply calling someone a volunteer, without properly classifying them, is not enough to prevent an employment...

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