Legal Influencer

Q2 | 2021

Legal Influencers

Lexology’s Legal Influencers programme recognises firms and authors that provide excellent content within a work area and region. Find out more

  • Q2 | 2021 in Healthcare and life sciences - Australasia
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  • Q3 | 2019 in Private client - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Future of legal services - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Dispute resolution - Australasia
  • Q2 | 2019 in Employment - Australasia


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Calls to Legalise eScooters and to Increase Power and Speed Caps for eBikes in NSW

Australia - December 22 2021 The New South Wales Productivity Commission has called for a review of laws relating to eBikes and eScooters, with a view to encouraging the use of…

Sonia Hickey

What is a Criminal Infringement Notice in New South Wales?

Australia - December 11 2021 Since 2007, police officers in New South Wales have been empowered to exercise discretion not to send those suspected of committing certain criminal…

Reductions in Penalties for Driving Whilst Suspended or Disqualified Have Not Increased Offending

Australia - December 6 2021 A 2013 NSW parliamentary report into the laws then applying to unauthorised driving found that cases were clogging up the NSW Local Court, penalties…

Paul Gregoire

Is it Legal for Businesses to Refuse Entry Based on Vaccination Status?

Australia - December 3 2021 The New South Wales government says that despite yet another variant of the COVID-19 virus, labelled Omicron, finding its way onto Australian shore…

NSW Considers Banning the Public Display of Nazi Symbols

Australia - November 29 2021 Any suggested government-imposed prohibition on the public display of a particular symbol is likely to provoke responses opposing the proposition as…

Paul Gregoire