New flags about old flags. What are the new rules regarding commercial use of the Aboriginal and Australian national flags?

By Clint Fillipou, Principal / Managing Director Melbourne |  22 [...]

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Influencers aren’t just for beauty products anymore – ASIC releases new guidance for “finfluencers” that discuss financial products online

By Matt Hansen | 4 April 2022 We all know [...]

By |2022-04-04T12:41:59+10:00April 4, 2022|resources|0 Comments

The future is now – e-signatures, e-witnessing and e-meetings permitted permanently as updates to Corporations Act come into effect

By Mark Armstrong, Solicitor and Heidi Bruce, Principal 15 March [...]

By |2022-03-15T10:04:21+11:00March 15, 2022|resources|0 Comments

So the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code has been updated to clarify influencer obligations – What does it all mean?

By Rohan Vasudevan, Solicitor 7 March 2022 In a recent [...]

By |2022-04-01T12:15:30+11:00March 7, 2022|resources|0 Comments

Chef’s Choice’s misleading conduct: Nothing vanilla about ACCC’s decision to penalise HBC Trading Australia

By Rohan Vasudevan, Solicitor 1 February 2022 The ACCC has [...]

By |2022-02-01T14:25:24+11:00February 1, 2022|resources|0 Comments

5 Ways Your Lawyer Is Costing You Time And Money

Most of you will have noticed at some time or another, how lawyers can cost more than you ever thought possible. So much so that many of our clients, when they come to us, have a distrust of lawyers in general. There is good reason for this, and it goes further than just their bill. There are ways that the legal profession operates that seem geared up to cost you time and money. Here are a few of the common things to look out for.

By |2021-12-22T13:19:04+11:00October 27, 2021|Featured, resources|0 Comments
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