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Publication - 16 Nov 17

If your marriage or de facto relationship breaks down, the outcome of your property settlement can be significantly affected by tax and stamp duty consequences. Understanding which taxes and duties may apply is important when negotiating your property settlement. Read More

Publication - 15 Nov 17

LR Pulse header 1117. 652px Pulse Cover of issue 15 Nov 2017 Welcome to *Issue 15 of Pulse*, our publication by Lander & Rogers’ Health Law & Litigation team with information on topical issues and developments in Australian medical and health liability. 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 - 10 Nov 17

On Wednesday 8 November the much anticipated decision of Thorne & Kennedy [2017] HCA 49 was handed down by the High Court of Australia. The Court granted the appeal of the Wife in this matter to overturn the decision of the Full Court of Australia as to the validity of... Read More

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