Sladen Legal have launched Sladen Learning, an online professional development platform delivering interactive, specialist courses to professionals Australia wide. Developed by the team of lawyers at Sladen Legal, Sladen Learning combines information, resources and activities to deliver engaging and educational short courses.
We’re delighted to announce that Bernie O’Sullivan Lawyers will be joining Sladen Legal, effective 1 October 2019. Coming together under the Sladen Legal brand this development will add depth and expertise to our already impressive team of Estate Planning, Tax, Business, Superannuation, Trusts and Dispute Resolution lawyers.
Sladen Legal’s Daniel Smedley, Neil Brydges and Phil Broderick have received recognition in the 12th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Australia. The list of impressive legal professionals was announced in the Australian Financial Review on 22 March 2019.
Sladen Legal Principal Lawyer - Cyberlaw, Helaine Leggat MAICD, will present the upcoming Australian Institute of Company Directors webinar - 'Notifiable Data Breaches Act 2017 and its implication on Privacy Governance' - on Wednesday 18th July at 12 noon.
This paper was presented by Phil Broderick on SMSFs Engaging in Property Developments, at the Ninth Annual SMSF Conference of the Television Education Network, on 4-5 September, 2014.
Self managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) have been carrying on property development activities ever since they came into existence. Yet despite that, there is still a common concern that such activities will cause the SMSF to become non-compliant, or subject to penalties, on the basis that such activities, and in particular undertaking a property development business, are prohibited.
Sladen Legal Principal, Meagan O’Connor, was recently interviewed as part of a discussion with Business Chicks about why you need a mentor, and how it might be the best thing for your career.
In this article (published in “Latte” - the Business Chicks magazine), Meagan discusses her outlook on mentoring in the workplace, and how the corporate world is becoming better structured to mentor women through their careers.
Launching a new brand and identity might seem like a daunting task for many businesses, but for law firm Sladen Legal, it was an exciting step forward. On Monday 20 May, the Melbourne-based firm started operating from a brand new office, with a new name, a new focus and a clear vision for its future.