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West Coast giant Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman is set for a full-scale overhaul of its management following the decision of charismatic chair Mary Cranston to step down when her term end in December. Managing partner Marina Park has also said she is considering her future bringing a dramatic end to the pair’s seven-year management partnership. […]

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Clayton Utz has set new standards in Australian contract law in negotiations for the Australian Rail Track Corporation’s (ARTC) A$1.4bn (£590m) upgrade of the country’s Melbourne to Brisbane rail network. Clayton Utz infrastructure partner Murray West described the contracts – worth A$720m (£303.4m) – as “fairly unique contracts involving innovative risk-sharing arrangements”. ARTC kept secondary […]

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