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News - 31 May 18

Australian law firm Lander & Rogers today announced its largest ever intake of senior appointments with the promotion of 26 lawyers including nine new partners. The nine new partners span five different practice areas and have a diverse mix of specialties. Family lawyers Stephanie Doyle and Eleanor Lau, Real Estate lawyers... Read More

Publication - 13 Dec 17

You’ve probably heard these buzzwords around the office. You may have even feigned understanding when they were brought up at the last innovation retreat. But what does it all mean? We take a brief look at who's who in the zoo of distributed ledger technology and why, as a lawyer,... Read More

News - 23 Feb 17

A Full Bench of the Fair Work Commission has today ruled in favour of reducing Sunday and public holiday penalty rates in the retail sector. This long-awaited decision will be welcomed by employers in the retail industry after a tough start to 2017, although the proposed changes to Sunday rates... Read More

News - 25 Aug 16

Speaking to over 300 attendees at Lander & Rogers' annual client Economic Briefing in Melbourne this week, Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist at NAB, said that global economic data in 2016 is soft, but not back to 2008 levels. "This might sound trite, but you know where you're starting from,"... Read More

Publication - 31 Aug 15

The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal has issued its draft Contractor Driver Minimum Payments Road Safety Remuneration Order 2016. If the draft Payments Order comes into effect, it will impact all retailers and those in the supply chain, in that retailers will have to manage compliance of their supply chain partners to... Read More