PRACTICE INTELLIGENCE

The passing fad that is in-house legal operations

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More data on property sales recession and purple-bricked

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The Domain website has published graphs and analysis on the volume of property sales in Australia. The graph for Australia-wide sales gives a strong indication…

Australia’s next publicly listed law firm

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Expected to list on the ASX on 7 June 2019, Australian Family Lawyers. $5m raised so far. https://australianfamilylawyers.com.au

Jones Day adds group of eight tax controversy lawyers, led by Dr. Niv Tadmore, in Firm’s Melbourne Office

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Entire team comes over from Clayton Utz. Jones Day adds group of eight tax controversy lawyers, led by Dr. Niv Tadmore, in Firm's Melbourne Office…

KPMG and Plexus in tie-up

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KPMG has taken a 10 per cent stake in Plexus. Along with other investors, the founders of Aconex, Plexus has raised $4.65m. Founded in 2011,…

New entrant litigation funder has already invested $45m into cases

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Augusta Ventures says that it has been an exciting year in litigation funding with developments relating to common fund orders, debates between the courts regarding…

Ontario lawyers to put brakes on compulsory adherence to cultural trend

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To practise law in Ontario, Canada requires promoting and adhering to a statement of principles on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.  According to the Law Society…

20 per cent downturn in conveyancing – can’t be true

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[Image: Paul Keating, Prime Minister of Australia 1991 - 1996, pic source: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website – www.dfat.gov.au] Have you seen the headline…

LOD acquires Lexvoco

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The acquisition fast-tracks LOD's legal technology ambitions Officially announced by Lexvoco:  Lexvoco is delighted to announce that we are now part of the LOD Group…

Making sense of law firm mergers

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By Peter Frankl. With the volume of law firm merger announcements in Australia and overseas, it would not be a dumb question to ask, is…