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LegalVision Australia

LegalVision is a commercial law firm with a commitment to innovation. Named APAC's Fastest Growing Law Firm (Fin. Times)

LegalVision is a market disruptor in the commercial legal services industry. Our innovative business model and custom-built technology assist our lawyers to provide a faster, better quality and more cost-effective client experience. LegalVision is a leader in delivering legal services in Australia and has assisted more than 150,000 businesses. The firm was awarded NewLaw Firm of the Year at the Australian Law Awards and was named Fastest Growing Law Firm in APAC by the Financial Times.

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Legal Graduate Program | January 2022
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 10 days ago
Trade Mark Attorney/Lawyer | 2-4 PQE
Legal, Full Time
Sydney or Remote
Posted 13 days ago
Practice Leader | 8+ PQE | Banking & Finance
Legal, Full Time
Sydney or Remote
Posted 16 days ago
Senior Lawyer / Practice Leader | Corporate & Commercial | 5+ PQE
Legal, Part-time or Full-time
Sydney or Remote
Posted a month ago
Senior Lawyer | 5-7 PQE | Commercial Contracts
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 5 months ago
Senior Lawyer | 5-7 PQE | Banking & Finance
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 5 months ago
Senior Lawyer / Practice Leader | 6+ PQE | Corporate
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 9 months ago
Senior Lawyer | 4-6 PQE | Financial Services
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 1 years ago
Lawyer | 2-4 PAE | Corporate
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 1 years ago
Practice Leader | 6+ PQE | IT & Privacy
Legal, Full Time
Sydney, Australia
Posted 1 years ago
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Pros and Cons of Issuing Shares to Contractors

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What Is a Controlled Entity and How Will It Impact My Company?

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Are There Limits on the Number of Shareholders My Company Can Have?

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19th October, 2021
Steps to Getting (and Maintaining) Your Corporate Status

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19th October, 2021
What Can I Do if a Former Employee Threatens to Ruin My Business?

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19th October, 2021
I Invested Money Online and Was Scammed. What Can I Do to Get My Money Back?

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18th October, 2021
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18th October, 2021
Franchisor Disclosure Under the New Code

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18th October, 2021
Do I Need a Trade Mark Registration in China if my Products are Made There?

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17th October, 2021
Creditors and the Tests for Insolvency

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