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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...
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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 ...
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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...
28 Aug 2018
Gadens appoints family and relationship law partner
Gadens has announced it has appointed a new partner in its family and relationship law team. Write comment (0 Comments) ...
24 Aug 2018
Partner warns dangers of gig economy
A partner within Rigby Cooke’s tax and wealth practice has sounded the alarm on potential consequences of businesses signing up to the gig economy. ...
24 Aug 2018
EY’s acquisition of Riverview Law – A strategic disaster
It seems EY recently bought Riverview Law with a view to turning legal managed services into a river of gold. Notwithstanding a plethora of positive p...
23 Aug 2018
Queensland firm urges greater government support on drought crisis
In the midst of the latest political shake-up, a Queensland law firm has called for the state government to place an added emphasis on aiding local f...
23 Aug 2018
Lawyer pushes for permanent Gold Coast Supreme Court
Pressure is mounting for a permanent Gold Coast Supreme Court, with a local lawyer arguing that the city’s current two-week circuit sitting should b...
23 Aug 2018
Bennett & Philp onboards veteran as special counsel
Brisbane’s Bennett & Philp has announced the appointment of a new special counsel to its wills and estates team. Write comment (0 Comme...
22 Aug 2018
NSW lawyer guilty of failure to disclose disciplinary action
A NSW-based solicitor and former migration agent has been found guilty of professional misconduct for failing to disclose that she had been suspended ...
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