Lawyers Weekly editor Justin Whealing looks at four of the biggest news stories from the last quarter of the year.
We give you the reasons why the High Court ruled against Marque Lawyers in a bitter litigation battle against Norton Rose Fulbright, with the latter firm also rolling out redundancies in November.
It has been a tough few weeks for law firm heads, with Minter Ellison chief executive partner John Weber announcing he will not seek to be re-appointed as the firm’s head when his term expires in June 2014.
The head of the federal government, Tony Abbott, also earned the ire of human rights groups with his lack of concern over allegations of war crimes against the Sri Lankan government.
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