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By Eric Ziehlke, Esther Khoo
The protection of trade marks should be of critical importance for Australian businesses thinking of moving into China.
By Sherlene Heng
The general approach of the Court is to include all assets at the time of trial but will make adjustments as appropriate.
By Eric Ziehlke
Issues of ownership of a trading name can arise if a professional assigns his or her personal name to another party.
By Richard Ottley
The process for exiting employees must comply with relevant statutory requirements to defend claims for unfair dismissal.
By Warwick Ryan
The Fair Work Commission was satisfied that the employer had a valid reason for the dismissal of the applicant.
By Richard Ottley, Simon Obee
Section 524 of Fair Work Act 2009, a statutory right of stand down, is a section that causes uncertainty and confusion.
By Richard Ottley
Where an employee fails to provide requested medical information, an employer is entitled to take disciplinary action.
By Angela Harvey, Esther Khoo
The NSW rules of intestacy distribute the estate strictly in accordance with specific rules in the Succession Act 2006.
By Michael Phillips
The CSF regime is an additional funding option to assist small-scale businesses raise funds from a number of investors.
By Angela Harvey, Alexander Moddel
Step-children may be able to make a claim if they are able to prove their eligibility and inadequate provision for them.
By Warwick Ryan
The Fair Work Commission has been reluctant to let employers terminate an employee for their conduct outside work time.
By Colin McFadzean
The NSW Land and Environment Court has issued new practice directions for policies aimed at streamlining merit appeals.
By Richard Ottley, Simon Obee
This article looks at recent developments and the various and disparate approaches by courts and tribunals on the issue.
By Angela Harvey
A testamentary trust is a trust that is created under a will and comes into effect after you die for estate planning.
By Eric Ziehlke
Actions against the former directors included copyright infringement, breach of confidence and breach of fiduciary duty.
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