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The stimulus package covers the following three main areas: Supporting individuals and households, supporting businesses and supporting the flow of economic credit. This summary will focus on the aspects of the stimulus...

As you are probably very well aware, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has now hit the Australian mainland with a few cases now being reported across random parts of Australia, in some...

With COVID-19 causing major disruptions to businesses and rendering performance of certain contractual obligations almost impossible, businesses are needing to turn to their contracts or terms and conditions to seek...

Has someone made unjust or libellous claims online against you? Seek legal advice as to whether you have grounds. Defamation is the action of damaging an individual or a business’ good...

Want to know where you stand when it comes to defamation, check out these useful links. With the online world moving at an ever quicker pace, it’s more important than...

Web development is still a largely unregulated industry so how do you know where you really stand? More and more, small businesses are having to compete with larger businesses in...

As soon as a small business or start-up takes on staff members, workplace law becomes a vital element governing pay structure, awards, entitlements etc. As your business grows, you may look...

As a small business in Australia, it’s vital you understand the Privacy Act and the rules surrounding privacy The online environment has exponentially increased the transfer of personal information. We all...

Useful tips and articles for everything ‘start-up’ law in Australia. When launching a startup, as well as the excitement of designing logos, creating websites and choosing names, there’s also a lot...

Having go-to information is so important in the world of start ups and small business. Let’s be honest, running a small business or start-up can be a complete rollercoaster. And we...

Partnership disputes are so much more easily resolved and agreements reached if there are strong and legally binding partnership agreements in place. Entering into a formal, written Partnership Agreement from the...

Many small business owners don’t realise that contra deals or barter transactions still need to be treated like any other sale including issuing invoices. Did you know that barter transactions (or...

Do you know the laws around using gift cards or vouchers as part of your marketing? Are gift cards or vouchers part of your marketing toolkit? They can be a...

If external suppliers are critical to your business, it’s vital you know how to deal with them. From a legal perspective, a lot of businesses get in hot water when...

Business insurance is vital particularly in the areas of liability - don’t leave yourself vulnerable! Business insurance is a considerable element of protection. It's a security against the many risks of having...

Recent legislation changes means better protection for small business against unfair contract terms Provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (CCA) are designed to protect consumers from unfair contract...

Defamation is becoming more prevalent with the rise of social media. Defamation is a topic we get many questions about. With the explosion of social media and the use of review...

Partnerships and joint ventures can be great for your business, but they must be carefully considered from the beginning to cover all eventualities A Joint Venture is actually like starting a...