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By Peter English
Discussion about the current dilemma over who controls the rights to reproduce the Aboriginal flag on clothing.
By James Hamilton
Parties to an agreement should ensure that their intentions to be legally bound or otherwise are expressly spelt out.
By James Hamilton
Recent changes aim to discourage transactions which attempt to limit the amounts recovered by employees in liquidations.
By Peter English
Employers should ensure that staff are aware of how their conduct outside work can impact on their contract obligations.
By Peter English
Article highlights that brand management has never been more important.
By James Hamilton
This case indicates that enforcing verbal arrangements between friends involving large obligations could be difficult.
By Anne Parnell, Peter English
Property transactions in Australia are converting to electronic conveyancing. Article provides timeline for transition.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
The scope of accessorial liability is broad, so there may be obvious ramifications for accounting or consulting firms.
By James Hamilton
The costs of the process demonstrate that the Act should be amended to simplify the administration of insolvent trusts.
By Peter English
NDAs or confidentiality agreements are routinely used in business to restrict communication of confidential information.
By Peter English
Business collecting any information relating to a natural person are required to comply with Australian privacy laws.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
Vendors can not advertise and sell a 3 bedroom unit when it is originally approved and constructed as a 2 bedroom unit.
By Anne Parnell, Peter English
The NSW Strata Building Bond and Inspections Scheme applies where a developer and builder have entered into a contract.
By Anne Parnell, Peter English
Start-up "Kohab", an on-line property platform, is a marketplace for friends and family to purchase property together.
By Clement Lo, Peter English
The NSW Court of Appeal recently clarified contractual interpretation principles regarding ambiguity of terms. clarified.