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By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman
Implications for employers of the recent Fair Work decision relating to finger scanning and the Privacy Act.
By Laszlo Konya, Robert Gordon
Apportioning the purchase price in a sale of business agreement among the various assets may help avoid future tax headaches.
By Robert Gordon
Article contains link to an article about recent developments in the tax residence of individuals, companies and trusts.
By Felicity Cara-Carson, Stefano Mazzeo
Use the correct symbol to both avoid penalties under legislation, as well as to enhance your brand protection strategy.
By Simon Della Marta
Reminder that strict compliance with the Franchising Code of Conduct remains of paramount importance for all franchisors.
By Simon Della Marta
The main areas that should be covered in an agreement which regulates the legal relationship between business stakeholders.
By Michael Bishop
Recent case gives insight into how unfair dismissal claims may be determined in cases of conflict of interest.
By Simon Della Marta
Article highlights benefits of having a legal relationship document setting out parameters, framework & other issues.
By Simon Della Marta
Protecting your assets from legal liabilities and claims makes a lot of sense and involves forward thinking and planning.
By Laszlo Konya, Ben Drysdale
Unwary vendors may find themselves defending Court proceedings for breach of warranty or misleading or deceptive conduct.
By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman, Ben Drysdale
The Court found that the three employees terminated after Spotless lost a key contract, were owed redundancy pay.
By Michael Bishop
These key recommendations are likely to have a significant implication for participants in the financial planning sector.
By Michael Bishop, Amelita Hensman, Ben Drysdale
Employers now have legislative support with regards to casual employees who successfully claim for permanent benefits.
By Nicholas McCarthy, Carl Millington, Ben Drysdale
The case is a summary of matters for courts to decide applications for extensions of time to convene creditors' meetings.
By Simon Della Marta
The FIRB will not give approval if you are buying second-hand property, intended to be used as an investment property.
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