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News - 20 Nov 15

Three lawyers from our Property, Projects & Infrastructure group in Melbourne have been recognised in Doyles Guide's 2015 rankings. Congratulations to Lisa Zonta, John Wells and Nick Stocks who are included in the 2015 listing of leading Melbourne property lawyers. The guide details individuals practising property law in the Victorian legal market who were... Read More

News - 19 Nov 15

In the event of a safety incident in the workplace, an employer will need to be able to demonstrate that they took all reasonable steps to prevent the incident from occurring. Most employers will already have policies and procedures in place and ensure that their employees are trained on them. But... Read More

News - 13 Nov 15

The High Court first recognised the entitlement to 'wrongful birth' damages in Australia in 2003. Since that time, the evolution of this area of law has remained of great interest to those working in the medical negligence space. Our Health Law & Litigation team yesterday ran a session which looked at... Read More

News - 11 Nov 15

The Wrongs Amendment Bill 2015 was passed yesterday. It is expected to receive Royal Assent on Tuesday, 17 November 2015 and to come into force the following day. The new provisions (which include an increased cap on general damages, new general damages thresholds and an amendment to the cap on economic... Read More

News - 09 Nov 15

Together with the Australian Insurance Law Association (AILA), Lander & Rogers is proud to sponsor an interactive seminar on Confident Communication - Recent Trends in Business. Ms. Sue Tomat, consultant at Gum Leaf Green, will lead the seminar which is aimed at younger members of the insurance industry and legal profession. The seminar, which will be... Read More

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