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An industry game changer

By newseditor on Friday, October 31, 2014

"We are open for business." This was the message from Michael Dwyer AM, CEO of First State Super, who spoke at an industry group lunch hosted by Lander & Rogers in Sydney this week.

The world economy is going to strengthen in 2015 and 2016, followed by a period of contraction in 2018. This was the prediction from Westpac's Chief Economist, Bill Evans, speaking at Lander & Rogers' Economic Briefing in Sydney yesterday.

Congratulations to our own Peggy O'Neal, who is a winner in this year's 100 Women of Influence Awards!

Is the law failing older Australians?

By newseditor on Monday, September 22, 2014

Elder abuse is a significant and growing problem. Has the law in Australia kept pace with global developments or is it failing older Australians?

Lander & Rogers assists Arrow with poultry farms acquisition

By newseditor on Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Lander & Rogers has advised one of the largest agricultural funds in Australia, Arrow Primary Infrastructure Fund, on its acquisition of five poultry farms in NSW from the Baiada Group.

Workplace Relations & Safety lawyers to chair employment conference

By newseditor on Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Next week Aaron Goonrey, Daniel Proietto and Andrew Farr from our Workplace Relations & Safety team will be chairing the 2014 Employment Law Fundamentals conference.

Victorian Government announces results of Wrongs Act Inquiry

By newseditor on Tuesday, September 02, 2014

The Victorian Government today released the final recommendations of the Wrongs Act Inquiry and its response to those recommendations. The response largely favours plaintiffs. There are, however, no real surprises from the draft recommendations released in November 2013.

Lander & Rogers a major sponsor of the 2014 AMPLA National Conference

By newseditor on Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Lander & Rogers is proud to be a major sponsor of this year's AMPLA National Conference in Sydney.

Waddle it Be? Employers face 'Duck Test'

By newseditor on Thursday, August 21, 2014

"The parties cannot create something which has every feature of a rooster but call it a duck and insist that everyone else recognise it as a duck".

Workplace incidents are traumatic for an organisation and its people, let alone the financial and reputational costs of facing expensive and disruptive litigation from a potential workplace prosecution.