When clients contact KWM to ask whether a deal needs FIRB approval, it turns to a computer to generate a response.
The supermarket giant was “slapdash” when it demanded payments from suppliers, the Federal Court was told.
The state’s second most senior judge, and the first woman appointed to the bench of the District Court, is retiring.
The ACCC has warned health insurance groups about not properly notifying customers of changes to their coverage.
Sydney teenager charged with terrorism reminds us of the tension between the pursuit of Islamic extremists and defamation.
A war of words has erupted after the broadcasters reached a deal to halt legal action over a breakfast ratings dispute.
Megan Latham’s ICAC can blame nobody but itself
Nick Xenophon has indicated he may support changes to the Racial Discrimination Act.
A groundbreaking ruling that will make it easier to launch class actions has changed the shareholder battle against QBE.
Justin Gleeson has refused to answer a Liberal senator’s written questions about his dealings as solicitor-general.