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Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs) permitted in Singapore from 4 May 2022 | Perspectives & Events

From 4 May 2022, for the first time in Singapore, lawyers and their clients are legally permitted to enter into conditional fee agreements (CFAs) in relation to arbitrations and certain court proceedings. Under CFAs, part or all of a lawyers’ fees and costs, including any… Read More »Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs) permitted in Singapore from 4 May 2022 | Perspectives & Events

Northland allied health workers join nationwide PSA strike after DHB pay offer

Health workers gathered for a strike picket in front of Whangārei Hospital after failed pay negotiations with DHBs. Photo / Julia Czerwonatis “Valued workforce? Yeah right.” After yet another failed attempt at settling pay negotiations between district health boards and trades union Public Service Association… Read More »Northland allied health workers join nationwide PSA strike after DHB pay offer

Brookline teachers set to strike after negotiations with School Committee fail

The union, Brookline Educators Union, has said its “overwhelming” vote in favor of a strike comes after three years of back-and-forth negotiations with the School Committee that have turned up little agreement. BEU’s teachers are requesting wage increases in line with rising inflation rates, concrete… Read More »Brookline teachers set to strike after negotiations with School Committee fail

Zionsville negotiating with Graham Rahal to relocate automotive businesses to Creekside Corporate Park • Current Publishing

After a bit of a stalled start, the Zionsville Redevelopment Commission has unfurled the green flag to begin term sheet negotiations with IndyCar driver Graham Rahal to relocate and expand his automotive businesses in Creekside Corporate Park. The ZRDC voted during a May 6 special… Read More »Zionsville negotiating with Graham Rahal to relocate automotive businesses to Creekside Corporate Park • Current Publishing