Susan Dugdale works alongside the marketing team and her principal area of focus is developing e-media. She has been with Thomson Reuters for more than several years now.
Once upon a time we characterized ourselves as egalitarian. Everybody got a “fair go” regardless of whether they were rich or poor, black or white. And in this happy land anyone who wanted an education could have one, everybody received the same high quality of health care, nobody was hungry, and should you require it, ...more
The spectacular rise, followed by the equally spectacular fall, of the dairy industry means arbitrator and mediator Penny Mudford is contacted more frequently to help negotiate and settle disputes. Despite what many people outside of the industry say, there is no one particular cause to blame, says Penny, for dairy farmers getting into difficulties. Certainly, ...more
This is the second of a series of in-depth interviews with our esteemed legal leaders; our legal luminaries. Professor Margaret Bedggood, QSO looks back over her life in the law, speaking candidly about her achievements, offering advice for younger lawyers and discusses what she thinks are the most important legal issues right now. About The Legal Luminaries Project ...more
They are John, Mary, Patrick, Peter, Michael, Christine or Carol. Carol has grab bruises on her upper arms. Christine flinches every time a door slams. John apologizes endlessly for everything – needing help to get to the toilet, having to ask for someone to help him put his shoes on … They could be your ...more
Penny Mudford mediation expert discusses retirement village dispute resolution We have an ageing population with the inevitable consequence: more and more people opting to live in retirement villages. But when John and Mary sell up, down size and shift into their chosen village living “happily ever after” is not guaranteed. Penny Mudford, dispute resolution expert (FAMINZ(Arb)) ...more