On 30 April, the Attorney General's Department announced that it was opening consultation on proposed amendments to the laws governing binding financial agreements.
Survey shows that the role of General Counsels is expanding to embrace new leadership responsibilitiesBy newseditor on Monday, May 11, 2015
A new study from TerraLex and Lander & Rogers shows regulatory concerns are now joined by a focus on cybersecurity, data privacy and other corporate priorities.
We are delighted to announce that three of our lawyers have been shortlisted as finalists in this year’s Lawyers Weekly 30 under 30 Awards.
If a couple separates and ends up in court to finalise their property settlement[sitetree_link,id=331], the Family Law Act 1975 (Cth) requires the court to consider, among other things, the contributions that each party has made during the marriage or de facto relationship.
A win for the Medical Board of Australia: Dr Patel never to be re-registered as a medical health professional in AustraliaBy newseditor on Monday, May 18, 2015
Lander & Rogers represented the Medical Board of Australia finalising disciplinary proceedings in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal in relation to Jayant Mukundray Patel's period of time working as a surgeon in Bundaberg.
This week Amelia Lynch[our-people/amelia-lynch/], Senior Associate in our Sports Business Group, presented at the 2015 VMA Asia-Pacific Venue Industry Congress held at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The Industry Congress is the single largest meeting of Venue Professionals in the Asia-Pacific region.
Australian law firm Lander & Rogers today announced 17 new senior promotions, 13 of which are women.
Lander & Rogers announced today that it had appointed former Federal government minister, the Hon. Andrew Thomson as an advisor on its Japan client practice.
A Financial Agreement[sitetree_link,id=72] records a couple's intentions in relation to how some, or all, of their property and financial assets will be divided in the event that they separate. These assets can include real estate, bank accounts, shares and investments and superannuation[sitetree_link,id=113].
This week, Lander & Rogers held the second event in our "Business of Football" series. The intimate client lunch was hosted by our lawyers, Peggy O'Neal[sitetree_link,id=213], President of Richmond Football Club, and Derek Humphery-Smith[sitetree_link,id=109], former AFL field umpire.