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4 Sep 2018
Mid-tier sheds light on flexible working policy
An Australian mid-tier has offered an insight into its flexible working policy, revealing how its format has ensured it retains valued employees. ...
doctors, protect negligent doctors, health issues, AMA, Bennett & Philp Lawyers
4 Sep 2018
Brisbane lawyer rejects AMA call to protect negligent doctors
Bennett & Philp Lawyers have pushed back against a proposal by the Australian Medical Association Queensland, which has requested a ‘no fault t...
Barry.Nilsson, new appointment, wills and estates
3 Sep 2018
Barry.Nilsson. makes inroads into wills and estates
National law firm Barry.Nilsson. has announced the establishment of a dedicated wills and estate team, a move it sees as a “critical response” to ...
3 Sep 2018
Coleman Greig and Jelena Dokic take a serve at mental health stigma
Coleman Greig’s most recent Women in Business forum has thrown its support at the reducing of stigma surrounding mental health, featuring former Aus...
31 Aug 2018
WA’s HHG Legal Group promotes 2 senior associates
Western Australia’s HHG Legal Group has announced the promotion of two of its lawyers to the position of senior associate. Write comment (0...
30 Aug 2018
5 ways to rebuild broken team relationships
There are many reasons why teams don’t function well; for instance, when toxic behaviour by a rainmaker in the business goes  unchecked, or previo...
30 Aug 2018
Penrith lawyer guilty of practising without a certificate
An NSW-based practitioner and firm principal has been found guilty of professional misconduct by the state’s Civil and Administrative Tribunal for p...
30 Aug 2018
Holding Redlich launches national procurement practice group
National firm Holding Redlich has established a procurement practice group, which it says is in response to growing demand for advice in an area set f...
30 Aug 2018
Aussie law firm rolls out cyber resilience training
An Australian law firm has implemented a cyber resilience training workshop to help combat clients’ risk of company hackings. Write comment ...
28 Aug 2018
NSW Law Society loses appeal for more time in case against lawyer
An application from the Law Society of NSW for an extension of time to commence disciplinary proceedings has been dismissed by the state’s Civil and...
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