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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.
By Sherlene Heng, Amy Pun
You may need written consent from your partner/spouse to use their frozen sperm or egg, to clarify their intentions.
By Warwick Ryan
Perhaps you should think very carefully about the current arrangements for restraining key employees post-employment.
By Alistair Jaque
The key to dealing with all of these risks is advance planning and preparation, to minimise the risks for directors.
By Warwick Ryan
What happens to employment opportunities in Australia if the business community loses faith in the Fair Work Commission?
By Sherlene Heng, Amy Pun
A party's conduct normally has no impact, but the conduct may sometimes affect the final division of the property pool.
By Richard Ottley, Simon Obee
Periods of "regular and systematic" prior employment as a casual are counted when calculating notice and redundancy pay.
By William Staples
The article considers the NSW costs assessment process and avenues available to a client to contest a bill of costs.
By William Staples
The Australian Federal Police can seize, confiscate and forfeit any property suspected to be the proceeds of a crime.
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