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[31 Oct - 9 Nov] Weekly Law Report

[31 Oct - 9 Nov] Weekly Law Report

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Rayney case drags on after acquittal; Maurice Blackburn expert wins NSW Justice Award; Standard & Poor's AAA rating ruling could trigger lawsuits worldwide; G+T, KWM and Minter Ellison tipped to be eyeing Baranagaroo as potential new site for their Sydney digs.

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Weekly Law Report: Rayney case drags on after acquittal; Maurice Blackburn asbestos expert wins NSW Justice Award; Piper Alderman's Amanda Banton comments on how Standard & Poor's AAA rating ruling could trigger lawsuits worldwide; Gilbert + Tobin, King & Wood Mallesons and Minter Ellison tipped to be eyeing Baranagaroo as potential new office site for their Sydney CBD digs. Stephanie Quine brings you the top legal news stories of the week.

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