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LPLC: Step up supervision in times of crisis
LPLC: Step up supervision in times of crisis

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Jun 2020

Supervision should not be viewed as a burden but a fundamental aspect of legal practice that drives staff and client satisfaction and firm profitability.

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Technology: The rise of peer-to-peer lending
Technology: The rise of peer-to-peer lending

 Lewis Wolfe & Hana Lee 01 Jun 2020

The lending landscape in Australia is shifting to allow investors to connect directly with borrowers.

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Superannuation: How to boost your super
Superannuation: How to boost your super

 Andrew Proebstl 01 Jun 2020

The law has been changed to clarify that salary sacrifice contributions cannot be used to meet Superannuation Guarantee contribution obligations.
 

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Young Lawyers: Surviving an economic recession
Young Lawyers: Surviving an economic recession

 Nigel Preston & Rose Inglis 01 Jun 2020

Look for opportunities for your team and firm.

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Surge in inquiries to LIV practice support lines
Surge in inquiries to LIV practice support lines

 Karin Derkley 07 May 2020

Calls to the LIV's practice support line are expected to surge again when new regulations around remote signing and witnessing of documents are released by the Victorian state government...

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Practice tips for lawyers
Practice tips for lawyers

 Law Institute of Victoria 01 May 2020

Contingency planning is essential for practitioners as the crisis unfolds.
 

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Zoom sessions keep Young Lawyers connected during COVID-19
Zoom sessions keep Young Lawyers connected during COVID-19

 Karin Derkley 01 May 2020

Young lawyers learned last week how to present themselves positively in a virtual world in the first of what will be a fortnightly online series free for all LIV members...

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Finance: How to manage cashflow
Finance: How to manage cashflow

 Peter Docherty 01 May 2020

Identify how your practice can ride out the pandemic and continue to service clients.

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LPLC: Personal cost orders against lawyers
LPLC: Personal cost orders against lawyers

 Simon Ellis 01 May 2020

What are they and what should I do if an application is made against me for a personal cost order?

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Technophile: 6clicks – Risk review for teams
Technophile: 6clicks – Risk review for teams

 Peter Moran 01 May 2020

Compliance and corporate governance practitioners will find this useful.

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Technology: BEC scams – payer beware
Technology: BEC scams – payer beware

 Genevieve Lakey 01 May 2020

Pick up the phone to confirm first time payment details or change of account details received by email.

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Superannuation: Accessing super due to COVID-19 hardship
Superannuation: Accessing super due to COVID-19 hardship

 Andrew Proebstl 01 May 2020

It is important to be aware of the long-term financial implications of early access to super.

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PC renewal: Time to renew your PC
PC renewal: Time to renew your PC

 Law Institute Journal 01 Apr 2020

All current practising certificates will expire on 30 June 2020. If you intend to practise beyond this date, you must apply to renew your certificate.

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Law firm culture: Technology and your firm
Law firm culture: Technology and your firm

 Fabian Horton 01 Apr 2020

It is essential to develop a firm culture that can take advantage of technology and change. key is understanding how your team, technology and firm's story interrelate. Only then can a resilient, yet agile, culture be built.

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LPLC: Acting for yourself may not pay off
LPLC: Acting for yourself may not pay off

 Legal Practitioners’ Liability Committee 01 Apr 2020

Self-represented law firms cannot recover costs in respect of work performed by partners, employed solicitors or other employed staff.

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