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SME Law
27 Apr 2018
Podcast: Outing cheats and blemished baggy greens
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, Melissa Coade is joined by employment lawyers James Mattson and Ryan Murphy from Bartier Perry. Wr...
Family
26 Apr 2018
Former BigLaw associate founds family-friendly boutique
A former associate for global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has rolled out a boutique offering which seeks to remove the hierarchy often seen in the ...
high-growth law firms
26 Apr 2018
Top characteristics of high-growth law firms
The legal landscape is evolving at an unprecedented rate, which is being exacerbated by numerous mergers, acquisitions and company restructures at the...
25 Apr 2018
Lawyer tangled in former cabinet minister scandal struck off
The Queensland lawyer who once bribed a former state government minister has had his request to remain on the solicitors’ roll denied. Write...
24 Apr 2018
Pipers appoints new Sydney partner
Piper Alderman has named a new partner, who joins its commercial law practice based in Sydney. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
20 Apr 2018
Fate sealed for last of Sydney DibbsBarker partners
With just 10 days until the imminent closure of DibbsBarker, the whereabouts of its remaining Sydney partners who didn’t make the initial switch to ...
20 Apr 2018
Cashback scheme catches up to Sydney lawyer
A Sydney lawyer turned café operator has been penalised almost $100,000 in the Federal Circuit Court for short-changing a foreign worker as part of a...
19 Apr 2018
Award-winning sole practitioner expands firm offering
The recipient of the Lawyers Weekly Sole Practitioner of the Year award has announced she has expanded her firm’s offering to the Australian legal m...
19 Apr 2018
Succession planning looming large for M&A
Issues arising with the retirements of the Baby Boomer generation are creating new challenges for those in mergers and acquisitions, according to the ...
19 Apr 2018
Mills Oakley teams up with Swinburne for ‘strategic partnership’
Mills Oakley has announced what it calls a strategic partnership with a university to enable both parties to be at the forefront of legal innovation i...
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