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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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Get up to speed on lawtech
Get up to speed on lawtech

 Law Institute of Victoria 14 Mar 2018

Cultural change may be the single greatest challenge facing law firms as the impact of legal technology is increasingly felt....

 

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Getting it right in business sale agreements
Getting it right in business sale agreements

 Carlo Furletti 13 Mar 2018

It is important for practitioners to give some consideration and thought to the structure which should be utilised for the purchase of the business by the client...

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Cyber threats and data breaches: Three actions to prepare law firms
Cyber threats and data breaches: Three actions to prepare law firms

 Ian Bloomfield 13 Mar 2018

Cyber security is now being promoted by federal and state governments and professional associations as a priority for businesses of all sizes. These three actions will set your firm on track...

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Planning ahead for medical treatment when we can no longer decide for ourselves
Planning ahead for medical treatment when we can no longer decide for ourselves

 Bill O’Shea 08 Mar 2018

Victorians can now plan ahead for medical treatment to ensure their wishes are followed and their values considered when decisions are made on medical treatment after they lose medical decision-making capacity...

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Dealing with ill and injured workers
Dealing with ill and injured workers

 Andrew Douglas 08 Mar 2018

Safety law throughout Australia imposes duties on employees to take reasonable care to prevent injury to themselves and others, and comply with the lawful and reasonable directions of their employers...

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Member survey for new LIV building
Member survey for new LIV building

 LIV 07 Mar 2018

As the Law Institute of Victoria prepares to sell its 470 Bourke Street building, we are seeking feedback from our members to determine the future accommodation requirements needed in our new home in Melbourne’s legal precinct...

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How to structure your letter of advice
How to structure your letter of advice

 Law Institute of Victoria 05 Mar 2018

Providing clear, accessible and well-reasoned advice to clients is a critical skill for legal practitioners. There is a range of things you need to consider when planning and writing a letter of advice, but structure is key.

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Significant changes to medical treatment laws in Victoria
Significant changes to medical treatment laws in Victoria

 LIV 05 Mar 2018

On 12 March 2018, the Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act 2016  will come into force, simplifying and consolidating  medical treatment laws and provide a legislative framework for advance care planning in Victoria...

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Non-compliant building products: Combustible cladding
Non-compliant building products: Combustible cladding

 Lachlan Ingram 02 Mar 2018

So I keep hearing about ACP, ACM, EPS and combustible cladding. Why is that? Aluminium Composite Panelling (ACP) has been described as the new asbestos...

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Preliminary submission for the 2018/19 Victorian state budget
Preliminary submission for the 2018/19 Victorian state budget

 Law Institute of Victoria 02 Mar 2018

To highlight the key areas across the legal profession that need extra funding, the Law Institute of Victoria has submitted a preliminary Victorian Budget submission in the lead up to the May State budget...

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Understanding the legal landscape for driverless cars
Understanding the legal landscape for driverless cars

 Katie Minogue 01 Mar 2018

Driverless cars. For some this still conjures up images of KITT in Knight Rider (Gen Y – you’ll have to Google it). Like it or not, the future is here...

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