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HWL Ebsworth acts for Property NSW on the lease of 231 Elizabeth Street with Charter Hall

HWL Ebsworth has acted for Property NSW in relation to the 12-year tender secured by Charter Hall’s Prime Office Fund, which will see a number of NSW government departments and 2,000 workers move office to the 231 Elizabeth Street address. The Government will lease 13-storeys from the 15-story office tower, commencing in May 2020. This … Read more

HWL Ebsworth Government Lawyers’ Conference

   HWL Ebsworth was pleased to engage with almost a hundred public sector legal professionals at its recent Government Lawyers’ Conference. This seminar series, which is presented by HWL Ebsworth twice a year in both Melbourne and Geelong, focuses on current topics of importance for government lawyers in today’s legal and political landscape. This month, … Read more

HWL Ebsworth and Bellanhouse to combine forces in Western Australia

Australia’s largest legal partnership HWL Ebsworth Lawyers and premier independent Western Australian law firm Bellanhouse Lawyers have announced they will combine their operations from November 2019. Bellanhouse is a boutique Western Australian corporate law firm specialising in Capital Markets and Mergers & Acquisitions. Since its establishment in 2013, Bellanhouse has had significant success by concentrating … Read more

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Super Alert – 13 September 2019

This week’s Super Alert includes a Senate Committee report into the new SG Bill and two Treasury consultations in relation to ASIC’s increased enforcement powers and the PYS Act. Senate Committee recommends new salary sacrifice Bill be passed On 5 September 2019, the Senate Economics Legislation Committee (Committee) released its report in relation to the … Read more

Further proposed amendments to Intellectual Property legislation introduced to Parliament

On 25 July 2019 the Intellectual Property Laws Amendment (Productivity Commission Response Part 2 And Other Measures) Bill 2019 (Bill) was introduced to Parliament via the Senate. The Bill is similar, although not identical, to the exposure draft of the Bill released by IP Australia (Exposure Draft) the subject of our publication dated 1 November … Read more

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