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Holding Redlich delighted with latest Best Lawyers in Australia listings

Holding Redlich delighted with latest Best Lawyers in Australia listings

National law firm Holding Redlich is delighted with the announcement that shows 50 per cent of its partners feature in the latest Best Lawyers in Australia listings. The 2020 Best Lawyers in Australia results were announced today in the Australian Financial Review.

National Managing Partner Ian Robertson congratulated all of the partners featured on the list. 

“I’m very pleased that 31 of our partners - 50 per cent of our total number of partners - are now listed in Best Lawyers,” Ian said. “The fact that this is a peer-voted guide gives the list particular credibility. 

“Congratulations to everyone and particularly the nine new additions to the list: Brendan Wykes, Damien Bourke, Harry Kingsley, Joseph Monaghan, Lou Farinotti, Michael Selinger, Paul Faure, Paul Venus and Stephen Natoli.”

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22 March 2019 - Knowledge

NSW State Election promises: Planning, development and environment

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

With the NSW State Election looming on Saturday the planning and development industries have raised questions about the promises from the major parties.

20 March 2019 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government

The NSW Information Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission (IPC) CEO and Open Data Advocate, Ms Elizabeth Tydd, released an update on her work on open government initiatives under Australia’s second Open Government National Action Plan 2018-20 (OGNAP 2)

20 March 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

A new online portal has been launched for organisations looking to buy large-scale off-site wind, solar electricity and battery storage. Developers can also use the portal to showcase renewable energy projects to potential buyers, communicate with them, and collect information on their interest

19 March 2019 - Knowledge

SEQ City Deal: Unlocking south east Queensland's local connections and global future

#Construction & Infrastructure

Last week saw an exciting step for the South East Queensland (SEQ) City Deal, with a landmark Statement of Intent signed and announced by all three levels of government on 15 March 2019 in Brisbane.

19 March 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The Federal Court has ordered penalties of $250,000 against internet provider Australian Private Networks Pty Ltd (trading as Activ8me) for making false or misleading representations and not displaying a single price when advertising its internet services. The Court has also ordered that Activ8me offer to refund setup fees and allow affected customers to exit or switch plans without charge

19 March 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Section 195 prohibition notices have been served on Wongawilli Mine near Appin, preventing the operation of underground conveyors at the site. In response to a series of recent reported roof falls, NSW Resources Regulator inspectors attended the mine to review the risk controls in place to protect workers from roof failure.

19 March 2019 - Knowledge

Intellectual property exemption from competition laws repeal looms

#Intellectual Property, #Competition & Consumer Law

Businesses that assign or license intellectual property (IP) rights will soon have to comply with further competition laws under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Act).

18 March 2019 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin

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While handing down the six-year jail sentence for Cardinal George Pell, Chief Judge Peter Kidd of the County Court of Victoria explained that the live broadcasting of the sentencing hearing was done in accordance with “transparent and open justice” - something the Law Council of Australia has fully supported.

18 March 2019 - Knowledge

Wind turbine manufacturing resumes in Australia

#Construction & Infrastructure, #Renewable Energy

Wind turbine manufacturing on historic Ford motor plant

18 March 2019 - Knowledge

R&D tax incentive crackdown

#Intellectual Property

Recent government guidance has clarified research and development tax incentive requirements.

18 March 2019 - Knowledge

Recent decision rules the site of Melbourne's iconic GPO building is worth only $1

#Property & Real Estate

Recent VCAT decision regarding assessment of the site value of heritage buildings in Melbourne sparks fears of reduced land tax collections

18 March 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

The charges laid against Country Care, Robert Hogan and Cameron Harrison on 14 February 2018 relate to alleged cartel conduct involving assistive technology products used in rehabilitation and aged care

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22 March 19 - Media Release

Holding Redlich delighted with latest Best Lawyers in Australia listings

National law firm Holding Redlich is delighted with the announcement that shows 50 per cent of its partners feature in the latest Best Lawyers in Australia listings. The 2020 Best Lawyers in Australia results were announced today in the Australian Financial Review.

13 March 19 - In the News

Holding Redlich, Flying Arts Alliance team up for QLD art exhibition

Mid-tier firm Holding Redlich has partnered with Flying Arts Alliance to help showcase artists from across rural and remote Queensland.

08 March 19 - Media Release

Holding Redlich proud to help showcase artists from across rural and remote Queensland

The winner of the Flying Arts Alliance's 2018 Queensland Regional Art Awards, Erin Dunne, was celebrated last night at an event in Brisbane hosted by national law firm Holding Redlich.