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Clayton Utz boosts Technology practice with lateral partner appointment
29 Aug 2014
Clayton Utz has appointed one of the market's leading information technology (IT) lawyers, Ken Saurajen, as a partner in our national IP & Technology practice.
Urban Renewal Guidebook highlights opportunity for Australia to lead best practice in urban revitalisation
28 Aug 2014
Australia has a unique opportunity to lead best practice in urban renewal projects that generate social and economic benefits for local communities and create "smart cities" that attract global talent and investment, according to the authors of a new publication launched this week.
Is the Statement of Requirements or Statement of Work really that important?
21 Aug 2014
A Statement of Work isn't just a tricky technicality – it's a vital tool not just for your tender process, but for the entire project implementation, say Alexandra Wedutenko and Lucinda Watson.
Walking the fine line - Analyst briefings and the lessons from Newcrest
21 Aug 2014
Brendan Groves and Peter Hamblin tease out the lessons for listed companies from Newcrest's attempt to brief analysts with previously unreleased information.
Proposed changes seek to clarify terms contract provisions in Victoria
28 Aug 2014
Proposed changes to the Sale of Land Act 1962 could turn contracts for the sale of land into terms contracts, with practical and important implications for vendors and purchasers of land in Victoria.
The Urban Renewal Guidebook
27 Aug 2014
The Urban Renewal Guidebook gives an overview of the key factors critical to the success of urban renewal projects, and case studies highlighting best practice in urban renewal projects both in Australia and in major international cities.
Check yourself before you wreck yourself: Document management systems and being Dispute Ready
21 Aug 2014
Finding documents is an inevitable – and costly – part of any dispute. Sarah Frost and Tim Jones show how good corporate governance can give you good document management too, saving you time and money when you need them the most.
The benefit of going along the Country Road
21 Aug 2014
The recent approval of the David Jones scheme of arrangement demonstrates how, in the absence of shareholder opposition, the inexorability of a scheme timetable can cause problems for a court when there is a major development after the first court hearing, as Rory Moriarty and Yasmin Hogan explain.
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