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Thousands of motor vehicles are sold privately in Australia each month. A small portion of these sales involve vehicles which have been stolen and subsequently ‘rebirthed’, by way of their vehicle identification and registration numbers being changed. It is invariably the case that these rebirthed vehicles are then sold privately. Unfortunately, when the purchaser in...

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Intellectual Property (IP) refers to a category of property that includes intangible creations of your intellectual and creative efforts. IP law provides legal protection over these creations. Examples include brands, new designs and products, inventions, and trade marks. For any new physical or creative application of an idea, IP protection of some kind is potentially...

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Elizabeth Aitken, Partner and National Head of Workplace Relations & Safety Nilanka Goonetillake, Special Counsel Who is a ‘casual’ employee? On 27 March 2021, a legislated definition of ‘casual employee’ was introduced to the Fair Work Act 2009 (Cth). From 27 September 2021, businesses with more than 15 employees must consider whether their existing casuals are...

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From now until January 2022, landlords of eligible SME tenants cannot pursue some enforcement action such as eviction and termination unless the parties have negotiated and attempted mediation. What are recent developments? In July 2021 as it became apparent Sydney’s second lockdown would not be short-lived, the NSW Government introduced regulations which required retail and...

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From time to time our clients come across matters of concerning behaviour in dealing with directors of companies. If this is the case you may lodge a complaint for misconduct to ASIC if you are of the view that a company or individual has failed to comply with the laws that ASIC administers.  The following...

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Recently we held an intriguing webinar on International Contract Law hosted by the Italian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in which we discussed the difficulties encountered by Italian and Australian companies when dealing with each other and their contractual obligations in extra jurisdictional settings. In that instance we compared the 2 systems and how they...