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Best Commercial Litigation Firm

About us

Vatandoust is a Sydney based law firm established in 2012. We specialise in litigation, intellectual property, commercial, construction and property law. We serve high net worth individuals and fast growing businesses. We are the only firm in Australia offering specialist trade law services to businesses in and outside of Iran. At Vatandoust we understand that timely advice is critical to our clients’ business success. We offer bespoke solutions that combine the latest in technology with the most up to date legal expertise.

History

Established in 2012 by Dr. Reza Cyrus Vatandoust Ph.D., Law, the firm is focused on the traditional values of legal service and excellence while implementing new technologies and methods enabling the firm to service today’s sophisticated and evolving clients. The firm was founded on the overriding principle of ‘Dura lex sed lex‘ which translates to ‘The law is harsh, but it is the law’ and at all times promotes the ideals of a noble profession while maintaining the legal rights of the firm’s clients.

Associates at major law firms in the US and UK are today going on a ‘Time Strike‘, where they do the work that is required of them, but refuse to log their billable hours. The protest, organised by the Value Not Time group, is aimed at sending the message that junior lawyers no longer want to be …

Richard Punt, the former CEO of Allen & Overy’s Peerpoint group, and most recently Managing Director, Legal Strategy & Market Development at Thomson Reuters, has left the giant company. He is the fourth well-known figure to leave in recent months. Other recent departures include: Carlos Gamez, Andy Wishart, and Stuart Barr. It is understood that at …

A few weeks ago Artificial Lawyer published the New Legal AI Map, which showed the main branches of NLP tools used in the legal sector today. One key branch is Pre-execution tools, i.e. pre-signature, which covers areas such as contract red-lining, risk analysis and negotiation. To that end, Dan Broderick, the CEO and founder of BlackBoiler, and his team, have kindly …

Casey Flaherty, the well-known Director of Legal Project Management at Baker McKenzie, has left to join legal tech marketing consortium LexFusion as a co-founder, (i.e. a co-owner in the business), and as head of strategy. He becomes the third co-founder, joining Joe Borstein and Paul Stroka at LexFusion, which represents a group of specially picked legal tech companies that includes the likes …

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Decision automation company BRYTER has bagged $66m in a Series B funding round, reaching $90m in total investment in just three years, making it by Artificial Lawyer’s reckoning the first legal tech company to reach this level of growth funding so rapidly from a standing start. In fact, it’s quite possible that BRYTER, which is based in …

Like so many employers, law firms were resistant to the idea of letting employees work from home or relying too much on technology – until they had no choice. The coronavirus pandemic forced many industries to reconsider how people work and use technology. Even the Supreme Court began holding oral arguments via video conference. Although …

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As many of us adjust to working from home, you’ve probably heard “VPN” thrown around. Find out what it is, and why lawyers need it on FindLaw’s Technologist.

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From 1 March 2021, builders will be able to use The Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act to recover money owed by homeowners. In September 2020, Minister for Better Regulation, Kevin Anderson, said changes to the existing Security of Payments Act will deliver faster payouts for contractors and subcontractors and quicker and fairer …

The COVID-19 pandemic has ushered in unprecedented challenges for people in nearly every industry, but the commercial real estate industry has been particularly hard hit. Initially, stay-at-home and shelter-in-place orders required people to stay home for weeks, which then led to months. Restrictions on businesses prevented businesses from reopening their doors or from operating at …

Meet Axdraft, a doc automation and CLM platform that has been experimenting with the new GPT-3 language model and plans to integrate applications built on

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