What’s the first thing your lawyers do when looking over your agreement? Check that you actually have one!
A cornerstone of commercial lawyering is looking over current agreements in order to provide advice to the client on their rights and/or obligations. This often arises where a dispute is brewing or the client anticipates [...]
To operate legally in Victoria from 30 October 2019, labour hire businesses must have applied for, or have a labour hire licence following the introduction of the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2018 (Vic) (the LHL [...]
Many celebrities have taken to social media sites, such as Twitter or Facebook, to post their own opinions about topical events in our society, such as the #MeToo movement. Whilst public debate is always encouraged, for [...]
Gaining a thorough understanding of what your business is worth is a tricky process. Regardless of past investments and future potential, ultimately it will only be worth what somebody is (currently) willing to pay for [...]
All care and no responsibility: Why unreasonable standard terms contracts might be a risk to your business
Historically, many businesses have sought to use their standard Terms and Conditions of trade (typically attached to an invoice or quote) to completely shield themselves from responsibility by incorporating clauses which heavily favour their own [...]
A new dawn has begun online around copyright and image use infringement and it’s one that is going to land a lot of business owners in hot water if they’re unaware. Companies are using automated [...]