Companies in Australia owe a duty to provide a safe working environment free from bullying and harassment. This applies to not only employees, but anyone who has a relationship with your company. Workplace bullying is defined by Safe Work Australia as ‘the repeated and unreasonable behaviour directed towards a worker or a group of workers […]
Litigation & Dispute Resolution
As of 1 December 2017, new legislation by the State Government overhauled the existing CTP scheme, providing major changes to motor accident compensation claims. We provide this article to assist you in better understanding the new scheme and how it may affect you. The following applies for any motor vehicle accident which occurred on or
Don’t ignore letters of demand issued by your creditors – particularly if they are a certain type called a “Statutory Demand”. These demands can be issued to companies and the consequences of failing to respond to one of them can be severe.
Franchising, as a way of doing business, can be very financially rewarding. When things go wrong though, the source of the problem can often be traced back to the beginning, when the franchise was being set up. Amongst the number of important elements to consider, the franchisor needs to ensure that a Franchise Disclosure Document
Mr Peter Adams scored a win in May this year when he assisted his client in recovering his building license.