Assisted by Jason Vo On 6 December 2022, the Secure Jobs, Better Pay Bill (the Bill) received Royal Assent. The industrial relations reform was introduced
Collaborative practice offers clients an alternative to more traditional lawyer‑led negotiation at court proceedings. A key feature of a collaboration is that the parties involved commit to resolving their family law issues and concerns cooperatively without the threat of court proceedings.
The Australian Business Registry Services (ABRS) has announced a slight change to the deadline for Directors to apply for a Director Identification Number. Initially, Directors
Coleman Greig Lawyers has recently appointed two Principal Lawyers to the firm’s Family Law team.
Did you know that today is the final day to register on the new Franchise Disclosure Register? Franchisors in Australia are required under the Franchise
This is the final instalment in a series of blogs on the topic of recent amendments to the Duties Act 1997 (NSW) (the Act) –
Coleman Greig’s Peter Bobbin has been recognised in the 2022 Doyle’s Guide as a Recommended Tax Lawyer in New South Wales.
Congratulations to Stephen Booth for being recognised as ‘The Most Outstanding Legal Practitioner in Special Disability Trusts in Australia in 2022’ at the Enablement Awards.
When an owners corporation gets into a dispute with a lot owner or third party, Section 262 of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (NSW)
Following months of debate in Parliament about the Labour Government’s proposed introduction of 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave (FDV Leave) into
This blog covers the changes to acknowledgment of trust, off the plan transactions, and the breakup of marriages and de facto relationships.
Employers are on notice that directing employees to complete work and failing to pay them for that work can carry significant consequences, even if the
It’s often difficult for an employer to decide whether it’s appropriate to dismiss an employee based on their inability to perform their role. This is