A comprehensive survey developed by the World Justice Project has revealed where the law is failing and succeeding across 99 countries: It’s mixed news for Australia, who trail New Zealand
A corporate cycling event to raise awareness and money for four “below the belt” cancers has been overrun by competitive law firms bent on a mission to beat each other… all for a good cause, of course
The recent backlash against a US energy giant serves a timely reminder of the potential legal and reputational risks that can be associated with pre-employment medical questionnaires, says Emma Pritchard, Harmers Workplace Lawyers' executive counsel & senior team leader
Firms need better mental health strategies
Are law firms getting better at actively demonstrating their consciousness of client costs?
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