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If you are selling your small business it is important that you comply with your legal requirement to provide a purchaser with a Form 2 – Vendor’s Statement.
To receive a summons or be requested to attend an interview by Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) can be an alarming experience. We strongly recommend that you obtain legal advice before attending.
As specialist motor vehicle injury claims lawyers we often wonder how the law will deal with technological advancements, and especially the growth of artificial intelligence.
As part of our estate and succession planning practice Johnston Withers provides advice to our rural clients about inter-generational transfers of farming land and farming businesses.
Many people think that if they do not have a written contract of employment then they are not under a contract of employment. This is incorrect. A verbal agreement can still be an enforceable agreement at law.
Richard Bradshaw and Graham Harbord are proud to have represented the Adnyamathanha People of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia for over 20 years in relation to their Native Title Claim.
The 2015 Supreme Court of South Australia case of Duffy v Google Inc. and the 2017 Full Court Appeal are well known amongst defamation lawyers throughout Australia as highly significant decisions. They determined that Google and other search engines can be liable as secondary publishers of defamatory material authored and/or posted by others where search results reproduce such material.
Flexible working arrangements are an increasingly common way for employees to achieve a healthy work life balance. Being able to work non-standard hours or from home can be especially useful for employees who have young children or who live a distance away from their place of employment.
It is important that employers consider anti-discrimination laws when recruiting employees or contractors to ensure they are not liable to a discrimination claim.