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Invitation: meeting of the criminal law profession
Invitation: meeting of the criminal law profession

 LIV Criminal Law Section 03 May 2018

The Executive Committee of the Criminal Law Section of the Law Institute of Victoria has become seriously concerned about the wellbeing of professionals for whom the courts are a regular place of work...

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Restrictions on Lawyers' Managed Investment Schemes Commence 1 July
Restrictions on Lawyers' Managed Investment Schemes Commence 1 July

 Legal Profession Uniform Law LPUL@liv.asn.au 03 May 2018

From 1 July 2018, new legislation will restrict the invovlement of law practices in promoting and operating managed investment schemes.

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Ethics in the Financial Services World - Urgent action needed
Ethics in the Financial Services World - Urgent action needed

 LIV Ethics 19 Apr 2018

During the past week, the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry (1) has heard some disturbing evidence about certain business practices embedded in various...

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Five benefits of being a mentor
Five benefits of being a mentor

 LIV Mentoring Program 16 Apr 2018

We all hear about how important it is to find a great mentor early on in your career. Having someone in a more senior role to bounce ideas off, share struggles with and get inspiration from is incredibly beneficial no matter what career you’re in...

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The Police are in your Waiting Room with a Search Warrant - Don't panic!
The Police are in your Waiting Room with a Search Warrant - Don't panic!

 LIV Ethics 16 Apr 2018

Your morning is going quite well until your receptionist calls to tell you that two police officers are in your waiting room with a search warrant relating to the files of one of your longstanding commercial clients... 

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You Have Just Received Confidential Information Not Meant for You - What do you do?
You Have Just Received Confidential Information Not Meant for You - What do you do?

 LIV Ethics 11 Apr 2018

In our fastmoving electronic world, one computer keystroke can place confidential material into the hands of persons who are not meant to see it. The average citizen who receives the benefit...

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Working Through a Real-life Ethics Dilemma
Working Through a Real-life Ethics Dilemma

 LIV Ethics 07 Apr 2018

There are times in legal practice when you can see an ethical issue coming down the track.  It’s best to get on the front foot and to deal with the issue sooner rather than later...  

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A new landscape for environmental law in Victoria in 2018?
A new landscape for environmental law in Victoria in 2018?

 Mark Beaufoy 21 Mar 2018

Since 2011, there have been multiple reviews and recommendations for reform in relation to the operation and powers of the EPA...

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The end game: Five things to do if you want to sell or merge your legal practice
The end game: Five things to do if you want to sell or merge your legal practice

 Rohan Harris 20 Mar 2018

Looking to sell or merge your legal practice? A successful sale or merger can be the ultimate reward for hard work and substantial investment – but only with good preparation...

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Do you need FIRB approval before purchasing ‘agricultural land’ in Australia? Consider three key questions
Do you need FIRB approval before purchasing ‘agricultural land’ in Australia? Consider three key questions

 Sandy Lai 20 Mar 2018

As a foreign non-governmental investor and an intending purchaser of agricultural land in Australia, you should consider the following three key questions...

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Five key changes to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Vic)
Five key changes to the Freedom of Information Act 1982 (Vic)

 Elisa Hesling 20 Mar 2018

The Freedom of Information Amendment (Office of the Victorian Information Commissioner) Act 2017 commenced on 1 September 2017, which led to an array of changes in the area of Freedom of Information (“FOI”) in Victoria...

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Siri, Google Home and Dragon–what’s the difference?
Siri, Google Home and Dragon–what’s the difference?

 Derek Austin 19 Mar 2018

Speech recognition can streamline document creation across your legal practice, improve client service and free up employees for high-value tasks that better contribute to the bottom line... 

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How to be superannuation savvy
How to be superannuation savvy

 Nathan Yii 16 Mar 2018

Superannuation is an increasingly important area for lawyers to be aware of, given Australia’s ageing population and the government’s policy to encourage self-funded retirement...

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Top tips for avoiding unfair contract terms
Top tips for avoiding unfair contract terms

 Rosannah Healy 16 Mar 2018

In November 2016, the unfair contract terms regime which applied to standard form contracts with consumers was extended to standard form contracts with small business...

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Five top tips for preparing financial agreements after Thorne v Kennedy
Five top tips for preparing financial agreements after Thorne v Kennedy

 Jacqueline Campbell 15 Mar 2018

The High Court decision in Thorne v Kennedy (2017) FLC 93-807 added to the complexity of preparing financial agreements... 

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