How to Use ‘Non-Compete’ Clauses

Considering a non-compete clause for your business? It can be a smart move to protect against former employees competing with your company. Yet, it is essential to understand that not all non-compete...

Why is your Trade Promotion Blocked by Facebook?

Running a trade promotion is a common marketing technique to increase brand exposure and generate interest in particular products. Utilising Facebook for trade promotions has become crucial for busine...

Commercial Lease or Retail Lease? An Overview

There are two main types of leases available for businesses looking to rent premises: retail leases and commercial leases. Often, the differences between the two can cause confusion. While these lease...

The Power of Cease and Desist: What you should know

A cease and desist letter is an effective instrument for defending one’s rights and requesting an end to particular conduct that is harmful or infringing in the context of legal disputes. This officia...

Shareholders Agreements: Common Questions Answered

Starting and running a successful business in Australia often involves multiple stakeholders, each with their own interests and expectations. To ensure smooth operations and prevent disputes, it's cru...

Pay Secrecy Laws: Fair Work’s newest ruling

The Fair Work Commission issued a ruling addressing how new enterprise agreements will be affected by pay secrecy provisions. This ruling demonstrates the wider practical reach of the new provisions b...

Staying Informed: Employment Law Updates

Staying up to date with the latest employment law updates is crucial for employers to ensure compliance and maintain a fair and inclusive workplace. This blog post will outline some recent changes to...

Misleading or promotional? Secure Parking faces court

The ACCC has launched legal action against Secure Parking Pty Ltd in the Federal Court, alleging that it violated the Australian Consumer Law by making false or misleading claims regarding its 'Secure...
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