Partner Aaron Goonrey[our-people/aaron-goonrey/] from our Workplace Relations & Safety group will be presenting at this year's Specialist Accreditation Conference held by the NSW Law Society.
Victoria may soon introduce laws that permit all people conceived by donor material to access identifying information about their donor parent.
"As a bank, we're a bit more optimistic, but there are still a lot of challenges out there." This was the view of Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist at NAB, at Lander & Rogers' annual Economic Briefing in Melbourne on Wednesday this week.
"We need to change the language from one focussed on what people with disabilities can't do, to what they can do" said Lucy Macali, National Disability Recruitment Coordinator at a recent seminar hosted by Lander & Rogers and the Equal Employment Opportunity Network.
Australia may not be in a property bubble, but housing and housing policy are key issues that need to be addressed by both government and industry. This was the view of Ken Marchingo, CEO Haven; Home Safe, and Carolyn Viney, CEO Grocon at Australian law firm Lander and Rogers' annual Economic Briefing in Melbourne last week.
Lander & Rogers has advised First State Super on its first agricultural investment in Australia, which has a land value of around $67M and total transaction value of $150M. First State Super has entered into a sale and leaseback agreement with Select Harvests in relation to three almond plantations across NSW, Victoria and SA. First State Super will own the land and lease it back for 20 years to Select Harvests, which has been appointed developer of the orchards and manager of the entire orchard portfolio. Select Harvests retains ownership of the almond crop.
A recent decision by the Queensland Civil & Administrative Tribunal (*QCAT*) has confirmed that it remains possible for the parties involved in disciplinary proceedings to make joint submissions on the final orders to be made in relation to sanction.1
These days, de facto[sitetree_link,id=266] couples have effectively the same legal rights and remedies as married couples. This is might not sound particularly important, however if you're in a de facto relationship and you and your partner choose to go your separate ways, your relationship status can potentially have a major impact on your finances when it comes to dividing your assets[sitetree_link,id=267] and working out who gets what.