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Money doesn't buy happiness... but food just might

By newseditor on Wednesday, November 13, 2013

"If you haven’t begun to do something for some else, then think about it as it’s a ripple effect." This is the message to Australia from Ronni Kahn[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronni_Kahn], founder of OzHarvest who spoke at a Women's Business Network event hosted by Lander & Rogers this week.

NSW Planning System - the Bill is in the house

By newseditor on Thursday, November 21, 2013

"We've read the Green & White Papers and there has been much discussion about the proposed new planning system for NSW. Now that the draft legislation is in Parliament, it is important to understand the real effect the proposed changes will have in key areas of the planning system." This was the message from Planning & Environment partner Alice Spizzo to planners and developers at this morning's client briefing.

"Sparking" employees out of bad habits

By newseditor on Thursday, November 21, 2013

In today's ever-changing world, organisations which thrive are those that view change as an opportunity to leverage their talent, leadership and the power of their teams. However, change can also present challenges for an organisation and its people - meaning the opportunity is not always fully capitalised on.

New anti-bullying laws - FWC's role to be preventative not punitive

By newseditor on Friday, November 15, 2013

This week, we were delighted to welcome the Hon. Justice Iain Ross AO, President of the Fair Work Commission (*FWC*) to Lander & Rogers.

The risk of falling foul of competition laws continues to be something that keeps corporate counsel awake at night, according to new Lander & Rogers partner Calum Henderson[sitetree_link,id=821].

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