This 3rd instalment of our 4-part Introduction to Business Law for Australian Entrepreneurs, covers employment law and tax obligations.
This 4th and final instalment of our 4-part Introduction to Business Law for Australian Entrepreneurs, covers employment law and tax obligations.
This 2nd of 4 instalments in our Introduction to Business Law for Australian Entrepreneurs, covers contracts and intellectual property.
This first instalment of our 4-part Introduction to Business Law for Australian Entrepreneurs, covers business structures as well as the business framework for operating a business in Australia.
James Ballantyne’s presentation here serves as a reminder that while no one enters a business expecting disputes, carefully designed shareholders agreements can safeguard the business and foster a
In this article, we will discuss some of the key aspects of contracts that Queensland business owners need to be aware of.
A commercial lawyer can help you navigate the legal
This article discusses some of the key aspects of commercial leases that, as a Queensland business owner, you need to be aware of.
If you’re a business owner, you’ll want to carefully consider your business assets. A will is crucial to direct the distribution of your assets, including your business.
Business restructuring could be the key if you are looking to boost the performance of your Queensland business. Read more to find out why.
We are often approached by clients or accountants with problems relating to their trusts – sometimes the deed has been lost or damaged, or the trust was established some time
The structure of a business will have a big impact on asset protection, taxation and cost. Addressing this early on can save significant costs down the line.
For many people, buying (and selling) their home is the largest legal transaction they will deal with. Often it is their only dealing with a law firm. Conveyancing is the
29 March 2020
*Update* – While not announcing any substantive changes to commercial leases, the Prime Minister in his briefing this evening strongly encouraged landlords and tenants to engage in