Criminal Defence Lawyers Australia
Discusses the offence of mental health impairment in NSW.
Justice Family Lawyers
Recovery orders are court orders for the immediate return of an abducted child to the responsible parent or carer.
Advisors can support clients to analyse current business structure and assist in implementing change to achieve growth.
Small business restructuring (SBR) was introduced as a new form of insolvency appointment in January 2021.
A business prepared for sale is often worth more than those simply put on the market without a strategy.
Mellor Olsson Lawyers
Employers should review and update their policies and procedures to ensure compliance with new legislation.
Spruson & Ferguson
The duplication of privacy regulation across Australian jurisdictions causes inconsistency and complicates compliance.
ASIC also expects that licensees have at least two RMs to oversee all the financial services offered by the licensee.
Company directors who recently resigned before 30 November 2022, will not be required to apply for a Director ID.
Doogue + George Defence Lawyers
There are a number of reasons that a police officer may legally search you at a festival.
The Lawson Proceedings, a 2022 NSWLEC decision, has shed light on additional considerations with native title claims.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
An amendment bill significantly increased the maximum civil penalty for serious or repeated interference with privacy.
ASIC data indicates that insolvencies have increased since COVID-related subsidies and protections were discontinued.
Government agencies walk a delicate line between addressing complex societal issues and adhering to complex legislation.
It is incumbent upon employers to manage the legal risks associated with workplace Christmas parties.
The ATO's collectable debt is expected to decline, as it converts to insolvency debt.
A registered liquidator would sell assets, investigate company affairs, and pay a dividend to creditors.
The level of industrial disputation with workplace misbehaviour and conflict issues is likely to increase into 2023.
The Act represents a fundamental change in the principles and scope of liability for defective construction work.
Government reforms aim to provide further protection for consumers, since data breaches have become more frequent.