Authorities target lawyers in shredding clampdown
Aussie lawyers face tougher regulations as partner named in BAT case wins leave to appeal
Australia is set to toughen up the regulation of lawyers in the wake of the British American Tobacco (BAT) shredding row, while the partner at the centre of the case has won leave to appeal against the ruling earlier this year that he helped deny a fair trial to a woman dying of cancer.
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