Lloyd Heinrich shares how COVID-19 turned a challenging business into a thriving one and the importance of retaining human connections with remote working.
Health Care Update Issue 8 features insights from our national team of expert health lawyers on significant cases and changes affecting practitioners, clinics and insurers.
Exposure draft submissions to amend the Franchising Code of Conduct are open until 29 October 21, with regulations intended to commence by 31 March 2022.
The High Court denies application for special leave to appeal the decision of the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia in Dring v Telstra.
Two significant test cases brought before the Courts look at the scope and operation of BI insurance policies in the context of COVID-19.
Operators of public social media pages may be potentially liable for defamation for comments made by third parties on their posts in the Voller case.
Sparke Helmore congratulates Partner Michelle Taylor on her new appointment as President of MLAANZ
Michelle’s appointment to MLAANZ is a reflection of her experience and true recognition of her standing in, and dedication to, the maritime legal community.
Sparke Helmore is proud to sponsor two events at the 2021 Dive In Festival
This year's festival theme-"ActiveAllyship"—highlights a need to create and empower diversity and inclusion allies to take action, rather than just talk.
Sparke Helmore welcomes two new Board members
Sparke Helmore Lawyers has appointed two new Board members to work alongside the Chairman in delivering the firm's strategy.
Alexandra Wedutenko joins Sparke Helmore's Government team
Alexandra is a leading Government, IT and telecommunications lawyer, known in the market for her skilful management of significant Commonwealth and state government procurement projects.