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26 Jul 2018
Commonwealth Finance Department advised on IT procurement
The Commonwealth Department of Finance has been advised on its whole-of-government procurement of a new provide for its content management system, Gov...
 innovative legal technology program to students
26 Jul 2018
UNSW and G+T push tech as key to student success
Gilbert + Tobin has announced it will pair up with the University of NSW to deliver an innovative legal technology program to students for the second ...
Ashurst, Perth partner
25 Jul 2018
Ashurst nabs Perth partner
Ashurst has welcomed a new partner to its Perth office, who joins from Corrs Chambers Westgarth. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
24 Jul 2018
AMP: Clayton Utz report has been mischaracterised
Embattled financial services company AMP has hit back at implications that the report conducted for it by national firm Clayton Utz was anything but i...
24 Jul 2018
Aus government signs on $1bn IBM deal
Maddocks has advised the Commonwealth government’s Digital Transformation Agency on an agreement with IBM for savings and benefits around digital an...
24 Jul 2018
BlueScope enters into ‘major’ corporate PPA
King & Wood Mallesons has advised BlueScope on entering into a power purchase agreement (PPA) to directly underwrite a renewable generation proje...
23 Jul 2018
Do lawyers have ‘agility anxiety’?
With physical workspaces undergoing revamps across the board, three global firms have offered insights into whether “agility anxiety” has had a pr...
23 Jul 2018
Clyde & Co adds to aviation and marine team
Clyde & Co has bolstered its Australian aviation and marine team with the appointment of lawyer with 10 years experience in the practice area. ...
20 Jul 2018
Palisade close out finance for Tasmanian turbines
Continuing their run of renewable energy ventures, KWM has advised Palisade Investment Partners on the financing for development and construction of a...
19 Jul 2018
HSF responds to fake emails scam
Global firm Herbert Smith Freehills has issued a response to notices that emails had been sent to organisations falsely claiming to be from the UK-bas...
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