12 ways you can make a business break up less destructive

December 12th, 2017|Fiona McLay

When you start a business together, no matter how great your idea is and how well you get on now, things can and do change. There are some things that can be done to prevent a falling out bringing down the whole business.

The high cost to business of data theft – are you at risk?

July 7th, 2017|Fiona McLay

The high cost of company data theft July 2017 |  Fiona McLay Former employees taking company data to a competitor is an increasingly common problem. In an article published in Governance Directions, we look at

What 1000 Business Conflicts Taught Lawyer Scott Freidman

April 6th, 2017|Scott Freidman

March 2017 | Scott Freidman If you are serious about resolving conflict between owners in a business don't think about the issue in terms of winners or losers. If things escalate to the level of

Delays In The Family Court: How Long Do I Really Have To Wait?

March 23rd, 2017|Les Stubbs

Before commencing proceedings in Court, you need to know what you are getting yourself into. Do you know that the average waiting time for a matter to be heard before the Family Law Courts in

Don’t Be Left High And Dry: Discover How To Be Pool Compliant

March 23rd, 2017|Jonathan Harris

April 2016 | Jonathan Harris & Constance Carey New pool safety laws for all New South Wales properties commence on 29 April 2016.  From 29 April 2016, all owners (including Owners Corporations) must ensure their

Why It’s Important For Your Children To Have Their Own Estate Plan

March 23rd, 2017|Jonathan Harris

August 2014 | Jonathan Harris When you think of estate planning you think of grandparents, people aged 40 years and upward or young couples starting a family. However there is an age group that is