In the Media

10 Sep 2014
Switzer: Company Disclosure Requirements Interview
Company disclosure, Robert Ishak and Bill Petrovski from William Roberts Lawyers join Switzer TV (Broadcast Thursday 4 September).
29 Jul 2014
The worthy opponents
The finalists for this year’s Dispute Resolution Team Award include national and global heavyweights along with a niche practice which is punching above its weight.
1 Feb 2014
Buying the Australian dream while overseas (pdf 155.2KB)
An article written by Leonora Roccisano. First published by AustCham Singapore in The Southern Star, Feb/Mar 2014.
1 Nov 2013
Doing business down under (pdf 501.1KB)
Top tips when contracting with Australian businesses.
1 Jun 2013
The changing legal landscape, new horizons for Aussie firms (pdf 199.4KB)
With globalisation and economies under pressure, the Australian legal profession has had to adjust to the shifting landscape and evolve as well. The Southern Star spoke to several AustCham members about the current climate.
19 Feb 2013
Aussie firm William Roberts opens in SG
Australian law firm William Roberts Lawyers has opened an office in Singapore, its first outside its home country and its third overall.
4 Feb 2011
William Roberts Lawyers cover story (pdf 184.8KB)
Robert Ishak, one of the founding directors of Sydney and Melbourne-based law firm William Roberts Lawyers, describes his firm as being somewhat akin to a teenager.
17 Sep 2010
McClelland backs move away from time-charging (pdf 4.1MB)
IT is not every day that a law firm's business plan is endorsed by the federal Attorney-General. But Robert McClelland has just bestowed his blessing on specialist litigation practice William Roberts.
25 May 2010
Tough approach to centre closure (pdf 939.6KB)
Men with sledgehammers demolished part of the interior of the former Lambton Family Medical Centre on Monday before police were called to stop them, nearby business owners have told The Herald.
1 May 2010
The business of health (pdf 4.8MB)
The closure of the Lambton Family Medical Centre and ensuing fallout is a cautionary tale in an era when general practice is becoming increasingly corporatised.