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    Breathing new life into death care

    The funeral industry in WA is increasingly dominated by a handful of big players, including two listed companies that hold more than 50 per cent of the market after buying some of the state’s oldest operators. ...
    Breathing new life into death care

    Poulsen to retire from law

    John Poulsen, who has been a prominent fixture in Perth’s legal scene for many years, is planning to retire from his current role and seek chief executive opportunities. ...
    Poulsen to retire from law

    Hartleys leads on capital deals

    SPECIAL REPORT: Western Australian businesses participated in nearly 200 corporate finance transactions in the September quarter collectively worth $4.8 billion, research by Business News has found. ...
    Hartleys leads on capital deals

    IMF commits $30m to new investment vehicles

    Litigation funder IMF Bentham has committed $30 million towards two new investment vehicles, which will have a combined pool of $150 million. ...
    IMF commits $30m to new investment vehicles

    ICWA steps up Bell Group spending

    The Insurance Commission of Western Australia increased spending on the Bell Group litigation to $9.6 million last financial year, while also revealing in its annual report it has applied to the Supreme Court for a single trial to cover all related matters ...
    ICWA steps up Bell Group spending

    Merger changed Perth legal landscape

    It was 20 years’ ago this month that Perth’s two largest law firms surprised the business community by merging their operations. Herbert Smith Freehills hosted many of the 50-plus partners who were there at the time to mark the occasion. ...
    Merger changed Perth legal landscape

    Galati, Harcourt among finalists in entrepreneur awards

    The founders of four Western Australian businesses, in industries ranging from mining software and horticulture to construction and industrial equipment, have been selected as finalists in the 2017 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards. ...
    Galati, Harcourt among finalists in entrepreneur awards

    Perth miner ordered to open books

    The Supreme Court has ordered privately owned mining company Global Advanced Metals to open its books to a minority shareholder, despite the shareholder being a competitor, a litigation adversary in the US, and having a chief executive who was found to hav ...
    Perth miner ordered to open books

    PSC buys Perth broker

    PSC Insurance Group has bought National Franchise Insurance Brokers in a deal worth up to $1.2 million, two months after the Subiaco-based firm was placed into administration. ...
    PSC buys Perth broker

    RCR loses appeal in eight-year court fight

    RCR Tomlinson has lost the latest round in a long-running legal action against a former executive who was dismissed in 2009, and will pay nearly $300,000 in retirement benefits after the company's appeal failed. ...
    RCR loses appeal in eight-year court fight

    Lavan boss joins HHG

    West Perth law firm HHG Legal Group has bolstered its leadership team by recruiting Lavan executive chairman Greg Gaunt, who expects the move will rejuvenate his career. ...
    Lavan boss joins HHG

    G+T brings Sydney flavour to Perth office

    Law firm Gilbert + Tobin was so pleased with the fit-out when it moved into its new Sydney offices last year, it decided to borrow heavily from those plans when it shifted to new premises in Perth. ...
    G+T brings Sydney flavour to Perth office

    Law firm moves into forensics

    As the big accounting firms in Australia move to build up their legal practices, law firm Clayton Utz is pushing back, setting up its own forensics and technology services practice. ...
    Law firm moves into forensics

    Holistic recovery a PeopleSense priority

    PeopleSense started as a three-person operation servicing the local market, but has grown into a large organisational consultancy firm with 100-plus staff and a national presence.  ...
    Holistic recovery a PeopleSense priority

    KPMG announces new national chair

    Alison Kitchen will become the first woman in Australia to chair a big four professional services firm when she takes on the role at KPMG Australia later this year. ...
    KPMG announces new national chair

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