July 26, 2022

Dysfunctional not-for-profit organisations –what are the options?

The answer to this question all depends on the Australian state or territory in which the association was incorporated. In some states, you have rights just […]
July 26, 2022

Near enough is NOT good enough when it comes to procedural irregularity

A decision-makers duty to provide procedural fairness must be strictly adhered to, or else failure to comply with procedural requirements will result in that decision being […]
January 27, 2020

RESTRAINTS OF TRADE: What is most important?

Restraints of trade in employment contacts are controversial. Complex matrixes of restrictions based on time and geographical areas are commonly being held by Courts not to be […]
December 10, 2019

LIQUOR LICENSING UPDATE: Renewals

Reminder that liquor licensees must pay their annual licence renewal fee on or before 31 December 2019.
December 10, 2019

CREDITOR’S STATUTORY DEMANDS: Unwelcome Christmas Presents

Especially at Christmas and New Year, Creditor’s Statutory Demands can be a challenge.
November 20, 2019

RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES UPDATE: When is a pipe not a pipe? When it’s a sex toy

In 1929, when surrealist painter René Magritte painted a picture which shows a pipe and states “This is not a pipe”, little did he know his […]