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Circular Cotton: Using Cotton Waste to Grow More

Goondiwindi Cotton is tackling textile waste by testing whether it can improve soil health by returning cotton waste to the ground. Goondiwindi Cotton owner, Sam Coulton’s farm “Alcheringa”, the site of the Goondiwindi Circular Cotton Project Trial had its first two...

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Wayne Riggien joins M+E as property & commercial demand grows

Morgan + English clients are set for commercial and property deal success with Wayne Riggien joining the practice as Special Counsel. A high-calibre property and commercial lawyer and agribusiness specialist, Wayne’s extensive expertise gives M+E clients even more...

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Annette English Interviewed by Law Council of Australia

M + E partner, Annette English has been interviewed by the Law Council of Australia about business strategy and growth in the COVID-19 era. Annette discusses the impacts of the pandemic for businesses and how we adapted our operations at M+E to enable us to continue...

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Annette English Featured on The Boutique Lawyer Podcast

M+E partner, Annette English, has been interviewed for The Lawyers Weekly Show, a podcast which takes an in-depth look at the Australian legal industry. The interview focuses specifically on how regional law firms can thrive post-pandemic. Annette discusses upcoming...

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M+E Finalist for an Australian Law Award

M+E is proud to be a finalist in the Suburban/Regional Law Firm of the Year 2020 category of the Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards 2020. The Australian Law Awards recognise excellence across the legal industry, showcasing professional development and innovation....

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How we deliver legal services online at M+E

At Morgan + English we have adapted our practices so that we can provide online legal services which are flexible to suit the needs of our clients without compromising on quality. We are implementing the latest technology to allow our solicitors to work closely with...

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The FWC Rules on Constructive Dismissals

The Fair Work Commission (‘the FWC’) have determined that an employee was unfairly dismissed within the meaning of the Fair Work Act (‘the Act’) even though the employee resigned. The case, Sathananthan v BT Financial Group Pty Limited [2019] FWC 5583, involved a...

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2018 Australasian Law Awards Finalist - State Regional Firm of the Year
Regional-suburban law firm of the year 2017