Lander & Rogers is proud to share that its collaboration with Refugee Legal, the Asylum Seeker Corporate Clinic Program, was recognised as a finalist in The Financial Times Asia-Pacific Innovative Lawyers awards 2017.
We are delighted to announce that two of our lawyers have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Lawyers Weekly 30 under 30 Awards.
Singapore's Chief Justice, Sundaresh Menon, recently announced the establishment of a committee to produce new guidelines that will assist in the calculation of child maintenance payments in Singapore. Unlike in Australia, there is no formula available to assist parents in determining a reasonable amount of child maintenance in Singapore, so this is welcome news for a system that currently relies solely on judicial discretion.
"If there had been no relaxation, there would have been an outcry", said Graeme Watson, former Vice President of the Fair Work Commission, in relation to the recent decision to reduce Sunday and public holiday penalty rates, at a recent client briefing hosted by Lander & Rogers.
The 2018 edition of Best Lawyers in Australia has been released today and a number of our lawyers have been recognised in their respective fields.
Lander & Rogers' Sports Business Group has hosted a presentation series in Melbourne and Sydney with guest speaker Kate Palmer, the recently appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Sports Commission.
This week, Lander & Rogers hosted the Sydney branch of the Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) and its members for a government-focused session tailored to Japanese companies with permanent operations in Australia.
Our firm and the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service Victoria (FVPLS Victoria) recently celebrated the launch of a formal partnership between our two organisations.
Last week, Lander & Rogers teamed up with First State Super to 'Cook for a Cause' at OzHarvest HQ.
Speaking at a recent Lander & Rogers briefing, Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James warned employers that wanting to do the right thing is not enough. "Employers need to take tangible action on an ongoing basis to ensure they are paying the right rates and keeping appropriate records to demonstrate this," she said.