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What Is Disparagement? Simply put, in this context – disparagement means publicly saying or writing (for example, on Facebook) negative comments which are criticising a business, it’s property or products and services. The Legal Definition of disparagement is:...
The director’s duty to consider the company’s creditors Another thing for directors to worry about: is there a duty to creditors? Even when their company is doing well, directors have a lot on their plate. But things can quickly snowball when insolvency takes hold....
It is important with any agreement that the terms and conditions are adhered to, so as to prevent a breach, or even a fundamental breach giving the other party an option to terminate. In some circumstances, however, if a term in an agreement becomes contradictory to...
Earlier this year, GST laws were amended to require specified purchasers to withhold GST amounts from the sales price and remit that amount to the ATO. We have compiled a list of the most important facts relevant to this change in the law. Q: From when will this law...
What is a bankruptcy notice? A bankruptcy notice is a formal document issued by the Australian Financial Security Authority (the Official Receiver) on the application of a creditor who has obtained a judgment debt of at least $5,000.00 against a debtor (the person who...
Establishing and operating a business is costly and time-consuming, so it’s no surprise that some areas of the business are neglected. All too often, we see businesses spending significant amounts on securing leases (with bank guarantees) and investing in expensive...
In the press
Future Proofing SA – SALife
Arts Internship Brochure – The University of Adelaide
A Passion for the Law: SA Telstra Business Women’s Award Winner Serina Pace
Serina’s Acceptance Speech
Telstra Business Women’s Award
Contract, Not Policy, Key to Policing
More Opportunities to Climb to
Top of Ladder
Retention of Title Arrangements
Serina’s Thoughtful Change of Pace
Right Time, Right Place