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Australasian Lawyer
Big Six firm taps rival's former Asia practice headAustralasian LawyerClayton Utz has confirmed that it has hired Ashurst's former head of restructuring and insolvency (R&I) in Asia. Tim Sackar has been appointed as the newest partner in Clayton Utz's R&I practice. The move comes as the firm's leadership continues to …
The Australian Financial Review
Cyber attack threat to law firms prompts warningsThe Australian Financial ReviewClayton Utz partner Alexia Houston said the firm had two full-time cyber security staff in the IT team who manage penetration testing of the network, firewall protection, scanning the environment, running simulated phishing campaigns and incident response.
Australasian Lawyer
Australasian Law Awards: 2017 winners revealedAustralasian LawyerClayton Utz was one of the big firm winners last night, featuring in several winning deals and taking home the JLT Employee Health & Wellbeing Award as well as two individual awards – Young Private Practice Lawyer of the Year (30 or under) for rising …
Safe harbour and ipso facto insolvency reforms coming soonMondaq News Alerts (registration)(Clayton Utz made submissions to the Federal Government on the Bill). The Government's view is that the amendments will drive cultural change amongst company directors to encourage them to maintain control of their company, engage early with possible ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Missing the big picture: How Japan Post's $6.5 billion bet on Toll unravelledThe Sydney Morning HeraldSydney-based Clayton Utz came on as legal adviser. Mizuho, Gresham and Clayton Utz all declined to comment. The final offer - at a hefty 49 per cent premium to Toll's share price a day earlier - was unanimously accepted by Toll's board. Though …and more »
The Australian Financial Review
Plutus Payroll lawyers prove client-centric mettle; and Corrs, Minters missingThe Australian Financial ReviewAlso in the awards department, Clayton Utz bagged bragging rights this week as the only law firm to take "Gold" employer status at the Australian LGBTI Inclusion Awards. That puts it among the ten highest scoring organisations assessed under the …
Streamlined civil process promises better, cheaper, more efficient justiceThe Australian... could turn access to justice from a nice idea in theory into something attainable in the real world. The time is surely ripe to run a voluntary pilot program in our courts and open the way for greater justice in outcomes. Scott Crabb is a partner …
Australasian Lawyer
Top firm appoints directors to newly created forensic practiceAustralasian LawyerClayton Utz has hired two new forensic specialists for its recently launched Forensic and Technology Services (FTS) practice service, appointing Owen Bourke and Meg McKechnie as directors. McKechnie, who will head the firm's forensic investigations ...
Mondaq News Alerts (registration)
Smooth sailing ahead for anti-piracy website blocking ordersMondaq News Alerts (registration)With the form of orders the Court is prepared to grant under section 115A now clear, copyright owners face a smoother path to obtaining website-blocking orders to tackle online piracy. Clayton Utz acted for the Optus respondents in each of these …
Australasian Lawyer
Commercial firm continues hiring spreeAustralasian LawyerHe has worked at Clayton Utz, Herbert Smith Freehills, SJ Berwin, and Gadens. The firm's corporate and commercial team in Brisbane has also welcomed Finney, who specialises in commercial law, particularly capital raising. In addition to Begaud and the ...
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