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The Creditor’s Petition: what all CFOs need to know

30-May-2017 Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mel Collins

This article details the use of Bankruptcy Notices, Creditor’s Petitions and the impact these have on the estate of the debtor and, particularly, the recovery of a Judgment Debt. Chief Financial Officers and small to medium-sized enterprises also need...

How to protect your intellectual property

28-May-2017 blog,Commercial Disputes By Mel Collins

Engaging a lawyer to help you protect your Intellectual Property (IP) by registering a trade mark, (or acting for you in a dispute involving your trade mark) is an important step in the protection of your rights as a creator and owner of intellectual...

Never ignore an Administrative Notice from a Trustee

Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mel Collins

Business owners who have been involved in transactions, commercial deals or transfers with a person who may have recently become bankrupt need to know where they stand and how to respond to an Administrative Notice. What is the importance of an...

Funding for new, faster hearings announced in 2017-18 Budget

11-May-2017 Family Law By Mel Collins

Attorney General George Brandis has announced an investment of $12.7 million to establish Parenting Management Hearings (PMH) in the Family Court and Federal Circuit Court in the 2017-18 Federal Budget. The hearings are designed to be “fast,...

How to increase your business productivity

7-May-2017 Commercial Disputes By Mel Collins

Would you like to increase your business productivity and decrease internal work disputes? Streeterlaw Senior Solicitor, Mr Evatt Styles, provides this overview of the employment dispute resolution process relating to small and medium-sized enterprises...

How to support someone going through separation or divorce

30-March-2017 Family Law,General By Mel Collins

Family separation and divorce are painful and emotional times for all concerned. The parties are often under a great deal of pressure and distress and the support of family and friends is vital. A friend or family member may assist or support in the...

Bankruptcy notices – the last resort of enforcement

16-March-2017 Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mel Collins

Issuing a bankruptcy notice is often the last resort enforcement mechanism used by creditors to recover assets from a debtor. However, the knock-on effect can impact creditors and debtors alike. Streeterlaw Senior Solicitor Mr Evatt Styles said the...

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