The Four Steps to Property Settlement in Family Law cases

During the course of divorcing families often have to face the question of property settlement. Property settlement can include real property and financial holdings as well as the value of personal…

Post-Employment Restraints

‘Where do I sign?’ How many times, when installing that brilliant new computer app, have you quickly clicked on the ‘I Agree’ icon, without reading all the Terms & Conditions? Likewise, when…

When Can a Minority Shareholder Take Action?

Firstly… What is a minority shareholder? Quite simply, a minority shareholder is one who owns less than 50% of a company. In that great tradition of majority rule, the shareholders who own more than…

Anti-Competitive Behavior in Business

For all businesses to thrive there must be free, open and fair market competition. However, when a business becomes large enough to qualify as a monopoly, or businesses band together with the…

COVID-19 in the workplace. Do you know your obligations?

The COVID-19 world The COVID-19 pandemic has provided significant challenges at all levels of society, not the least being the workplace. These include but are not limited to: health and aged care…

What happens if I lose capacity and I don’t have any legal documents in place?

Written by James Kelly, Partner Wills & Probate Lawyer  Are you aware of the consequences of not having an Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship appointment in place if you lose…