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Holding Redlich celebrates 16 years of its Brisbane office, appoints new partner
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Holding Redlich celebrates 16 years of its Brisbane office, appoints new partner

Holding Redlich is celebrating 16 years of operation of its Brisbane office. During this time it has grown from a 200sqm office with one partner and one staff member to now occupying three floors in the Brisbane CBD with 112 staff including 18 partners.
This comes as new partner Andrew Hynd joins the Brisbane Corporate & Commercial group. Andrew is a senior technology and intellectual property lawyer with more than 20 years’ experience advising government, government agencies, and private sector companies on technology and procurement issues. He has advised extensively on IT projects, especially software licensing, implementation and support, cloud services and privacy and data advice. Andrew said he was delighted to join Holding Redlich, particularly at a time of significant change and innovation in the technology and intellectual property areas of law.

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20 September 2018 - Knowledge

Modern slavery laws – Impacts for the NSW Government

#Procurement, #Construction & Infrastructure, #Government

New South Wales is the first jurisdiction to enact modern slavery legislation in Australia, with the Modern Slavery Act 2018 (NSW) passing through Parliament on 21 June 2018.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

What's News in Healthcare? – 19 September 2018

#Construction & Infrastructure

AMA medical practice director Luke Toy told the inquiry there are currently strict restrictions blocking private health insurers from accessing the data, with people's identities removed. But the framework that dictates those restrictions and how the data can be used by third parties more broadly is up for review in 2020.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin – 19 September 2018

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The Queensland Government is set to grant a blanket exclusion from right to information requests on a new multi-million-dollar mining and gas rehabilitation fund — going against the advice of the information watchdog.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

What's News in Work Health & Safety? – 19 September 2018

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Australia Post has called on motorists to take more care and be alert to postal workers after 768 posties were injured on Australia’s roads in the past financial year.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

What's News in Competition & Consumer Law? – 19 September 2018

#Competition & Consumer Law

The banking royal commission has revealed the corporate regulator gave the Commonwealth Bank's insurance arm the chance to change a media release and negotiate the consequences of misleading advertising.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

What's News in Planning & Environment? – 19 September 2018

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Australian cities are growing rapidly. Echoing international trends, higher-density housing will accommodate much of this growth in the inner city. Such housing – mostly apartments, townhouses and blocks of flats – is usually associated with young urban professionals and the childless elite. But families with children do live in apartments and even more will do so in the future.

19 September 2018 - Knowledge

Profiting from pollution: New measures aimed at recovering the proceeds of environmental crime

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

This article looks at the recent guidelines published by the NSW Environment Protection Authority which explain how and when they will seek to recover monetary benefits from environmental offenders.

18 September 2018 - Knowledge

Regulatory grey areas – dealing with livestock waste in transit

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

The generation of waste is a risk when transporting any live animal. We outline the efforts that are underway in a bid to improve and simplify the regulation of this issue.

18 September 2018 - Knowledge

Changes to crowdfunding legislation - Private companies can now access crowdfunding

#Corporate & Commercial Law

Changes to crowd-sourced funding laws open up new funding opportunities for small private companies, allowing them to raise new capital through crowd-sourced equity funding

18 September 2018 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin - 18 September 2018

#Government, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Court of Appeal has recently overturned the decision of the Supreme Court in Desane. The decision provides clearer guidance for acquiring authorities on what they need to do when issuing Proposed Acquisition Notices as part of acquiring land.

18 September 2018 - Knowledge

Unfair contract terms in fintech small business loan contracts

#Corporate & Commercial Law

Following a review by ASIC, a fintech lender has agreed to change its standard form small business loan contracts.

18 September 2018 - Knowledge

Visa options for global staff exchange

#Immigration Law

Did you know there is a visa which allows your overseas employees to gain experience in Australia?

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20 September 18 - In the News

Holding Redlich has announced a new partner in its Brisbane corporate and commercial group

#Corporate & Commercial Law

Andrew Hynd joins the firm from Gadens Lawyers, and brings with him more than 20 years of experience advising across technology and procurement issues.

18 September 18 - In the News

New partner joins as Holding Redlich celebrates 16 years in Brisbane

#Corporate & Commercial Law

The national firm has appointed Andrew Hynd as partner in the corporate and commercial team based in the Queensland capital. The firm has grown the office through the years from a 200sqm office with one partner and one support employee to a three-floor CBD space with 112 staff, including 18 partners.

17 September 18 - Media Release

Holding Redlich celebrates 16 years of its Brisbane office, appoints new partner

#Corporate & Commercial Law

National law firm Holding Redlich is celebrating 16 years of operation of its Brisbane office. This comes as new partner Andrew Hynd joins the Brisbane Corporate & Commercial group.