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Has COVID-19 affected your ability to fulfil business contracts? - learn how a force majeure clause could assist you.
Metis Law
Employers must provide casual employees with a copy of the "model casual conversion clause" within the first 12 months.
Metis Law
Under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), businesses – including small businesses – are obliged to protect all personal data.
Kells
This nationwide $25,000.00 HomeBuilder program grant aims to help stimulate the economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kells
This Regulation was enacted as part of a range of legislative measures in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Kells
Major banks signed on to share customers' data (on receipt of a request from the customer) to authorised data recipients.
Metis Law
The Electronic Transactions Act 1999 has three key criteria which must be satisfied for electronic signatures to count.
Metis Law
Making a watertight Will is vital – particularly for business owners who would have assets relating to their business.
Metis Law
Australian companies should read these facts about crowd-sourced funding (CSF), from eligibility to implementation.
Kells
If the trust does not explicitly exclude foreign persons as beneficiaries, the trustee is considered a foreign trustee.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
Divorce is not a simple subject to discuss with children, and they rely on knowing they are safe, loved and cared for.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This series navigates issues around PFAS, a contaminant garnering scrutiny as the knowledge about its impacts evolves.
Metis Law
How do you ensure that your employees – current and former – protect your trade secrets and don't spill the beans?
Metis Law
Otherwise known as evergreen clauses, ARCs automatically renew a contract if no notice has been given to terminate it.
Metis Law
Whenever you hope to sell your business, strong contracts are essential to ensure an optimum price with minimal risk.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The newly formed Legalise Cannabis Queensland Party announced that it will run candidates in the October 2020 election.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The pandemic takes a heavy toll on criminal law barristers, with new figures showing that many are considering quitting.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Banking experts have said that since the pandemic was at crisis point, the digital banking revolution sped up rapidly.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The criminal law in NSW contains a range of offences which prohibit causing fires without lawful authority.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
The present pandemic has triggered a range of medical, social and economic consequences around the world.
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