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News - 13 May 19

Lander & Rogers' lawyers Simon Merritt and Elly Blizzard have been recognised amongst Australia's top legal talent in the Lawyers Weekly 30 under 30 Awards held in Sydney last Friday.Simon, a Senior Associate in our Corporate group, won the Sports and Entertainment category. Simon is a specialist sports lawyer, practicing... Read More

Publication - 09 Aug 18

On 1 August 2018, the Minister for Sport, Bridget McKenzie, launched Sport Australia's (the Australian Sports Commission) first ever national sport plan, Sport 2030. The report speaks at a high level about the future and pathway of the Australian sporting landscape in order to deliver its key and ambitious goal... Read More

Publication - 08 Jun 18

It is vitally important for sports bodies to be aware of the changes and the practical steps they can take to ensure compliance with Child Safe Standards and amendments to the Working with Children Check regime. Read More

Publication - 15 Nov 17

Risk management is a critical part of any successful and smoothly run event. Developed risk management policies and procedures minimise potential legal liability, lower operational costs and assist with budget certainty. They also enhance an event's reputation and image and lead to a safer environment for event participants, staff, officials, volunteers... Read More

Publication - 03 Nov 17

There are three key phases in developing the best strategy to protect an event: First, it is important to understand and define the event assets. Second, you should take steps to protect those assets and the rights that can be commercialised. Finally, the risks of exploitation should be managed to reduce the... Read More

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