Solicitor Posts

The Legal Profession Uniform Law (NSW) states that to be an admitted lawyer, a person must be a “fit and proper” person. But what does this mean in practice?

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News of Barangaroo Crown Casino’s alleged non-compliance with AML/CTF laws late last year raises the perennial question of how to best regulate the gambling industry.

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If you want to be a successful law firm, you need to keep your clients happy — and one of the best ways to do that is by collaborating with your clients.
In fact, effective and continual lawyer-client collaboration and communication can help prevent a wide range of common client complaints.

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Whether you are a business operating exclusively in New Zealand, or an Australian business with a presence in New Zealand, the new Privacy Act 2020 will have an impact.

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“It’s a very dynamic world that we live in and is constantly changing. We’ve got to keep our supply chains safe, secure and resilient,” said Clay Perry, President at 143 Advisory Services LLC.

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Paul v Mead is the first case to consider whether the Court has jurisdiction to determine the division of property between three people in a polyamorous relationship.

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