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A better system for intercountry adoption

By newseditor on Wednesday, May 07, 2014

The government's recent decision to introduce a national system for intercountry adoption is great news for families who have all but given up on plans to adopt.

Some of the key influences we are seeing in bargaining negotiations include taking into account the ending of award transitional arrangements, the superannuation guarantee increase, more moderate wage outcomes, the re-emergence of union right clauses and a continued push for a requirement for a union to agree to any significant workplace change.

Property and infrastructure partner returns to Lander & Rogers

By newseditor on Thursday, May 08, 2014

Australian law firm Lander & Rogers announced today that Lisa Gaddie[sitetree_link,id=1040] has returned to its Property, Projects & Infrastructure group.

Lander & Rogers announced this week that it has become a founding signatory to the Tristan Jepson Best Practice Guidelines, which aim to tackle the high rates of depression in the legal industry.

The Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP, Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister and Member for Kooyong, has detailed the Federal Government's deregulation agenda for Lander & Rogers clients at recent Sydney and Melbourne briefings.

Directors briefing: culture and the role of the board

By newseditor on Monday, May 19, 2014

Lander & Rogers has collaborated with the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) to host a briefing on corporate culture for current and aspiring company directors.

Lander & Rogers acted for Centuria Property Funds in its recent off market sale of a refurbished Melbourne CBD office building at 50 Queen Street to a European investor. The deal value was $40.7M - a 56% increase on the purchase price four years ago - reflecting the strength of capital markets in Melbourne. Partner, Nick Stocks[sitetree_link,id=152], led the Lander & Rogers team, assisted by senior associate, Peter Kritikides[sitetree_link,id=227]. Colin Biggers & Paisley acted for the purchaser, led by senior partner, Chris Rumore.

New M&A partner expands Corporate practice in Sydney

By newseditor on Thursday, May 01, 2014

Law firm Lander & Rogers announced today the appointment of experienced M&A lawyer, Deanna Constable[sitetree_link,id=1018], as a partner in its Sydney Corporate practice.

Modern Award Essentials

By newseditor on Thursday, May 29, 2014

This morning our Workplace Relations & Safety team in Sydney held an employment law briefing on modern award coverage.

Congratulations Jess and Max!

By newseditor on Thursday, May 01, 2014

We are delighted to announce that two of our junior lawyers have been nominated in upcoming legal awards, presented by Lawyers Weekly and the Law Institute of Victoria respectively.

Law firm Lander & Rogers announced today the appointment of two new directors to its Enterprise Services management team: Jeffrey Naqvi will head up the firm's Business Development & Marketing team, and Greg Spring has been appointed as Chief Finance Officer.

Lander & Rogers has advised 360 Capital on the $62M acquisition of the KSD1 and Central Retail Buildings in Brisbane from Leighton Properties and Devine Limited.

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