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11 May 2018
‘Not a race to court’: Slaters still mulling AMP suit
Slater and Gordon says the filing of two rival class action suits against AMP will not deter from its own shareholder litigation against the embattled...
11 May 2018
The RegTech influence
Lawyers Weekly, in partnership with InfoTrack and LEAP, recently conducted a Regulatory Technology Snap Poll Survey to determine the attitudes, percep...
Law Week
11 May 2018
Editor's pick: Law Week events you can't afford to miss
The countdown is on for our favourite week of the year and to celebrate, Lawyers Weekly has curated a list of our top must-see 2018 events around the ...
11 May 2018
Money flows for Reece Limited in equity raising
Reece Limited, Australia’s largest supplier of plumbing and bathroom products, has raised $600 million in equity to help fund the acquisition of US ...
11 May 2018
#Budget2018 protection for young super members welcomed
New legislation proposed in this week’s federal budget will help preserve the “budding but vulnerable” account balances of younger super fund me...
10 May 2018
Is regulation an issue when it comes to litigation funders? Lawyers have their say
Three senior lawyers from separate law firms have spoken out ahead of the Australian Law Reform Commission’s upcoming report into litigation funding...
10 May 2018
WA Law Week to highlight access to justice
Lawyers Weekly spoke with Clayton Utz senior associate and Law Society of Western Australia president Hayley Cormann about what those in the west can ...
10 May 2018
Allianz moves in on student accommodation portfolio
A joint venture fund will allow Allianz Real Estate to invest in a portfolio of student accommodation facilities throughout Australia. Write c...
9 May 2018
Acciona acquires 30-year lease for Gladstone solar farm
The renewable energy projects company has successfully bid to acquire one of Australia’s largest solar farms, based in regional Queensland. ...
8 May 2018
Living in a do-ocracy
Organisations will see more ownership at the coal face of risk management and it will be teams, not lone geniuses solving problems, says Guy Herbert, ...
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Anzac Day reflections: Two-up and civic duty
With Anzac Day almost here, we should be aware of where we can legally play Two-up, and also conside...
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The role of young lawyers in normalising diversity
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