Make your mark in China

Australian businesses are increasingly recognising the growing importance of China both as a market for their goods and services and as a source of ...

21 Jun 2017 / Eric Ziehlke, Partner and Esther Khoo, Graduate Solicitor read more
Post separation financial contributions

The period between separation and the finalisation of a financial matter can be a matter of days (if both parties agree) or years (in the Family Law Courts ...

8 Jun 2017 / Sherlene Heng, Senior Associate read more
Redundancy - Defending Claims for Unfair Dismissal

Circumstances will sometimes arise in a business where an employer needs to shed staff. It is in circumstances such as these, that an employer needs to ...

16 May 2017 / Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Can you stand down your employees?

A common question for employers is whether and in what circumstances can they stand down an employee.

15 May 2017 / Richard Ottley, Partner and Simon Obee, Associate read more
Common sense prevails in an unfair dismissal case

The Fair Work Commission has provided a victory for common sense in the maze of employment law rules and regulations.

15 May 2017 / Warwick Ryan, Partner read more
Are you entitled to trade under your own name?

You sometimes hear people say that they have a fundamental right to trade under their own personal name. There is some truth in this belief but there are ...

15 May 2017 / Eric Ziehlke, Partner read more
Where there's no will, there's still a way – 5 things about Intestacy

Everyone has an estate plan – even if you didn't plan one. If you die without a will, the rules of intestacy will apply. The rules of intestacy distribute ...

12 May 2017 / Angela Harvey, Partner and Esther Khoo, Graduate at Law read more
Can an employer require an employee to undertake a medical examination? – update

Employers are regularly confronted with situations in which they need to obtain further medical information about injured or unwell employees who for ...

12 May 2017 / Richard Ottley, Partner read more
Equity Crowd Source Funding --- Part 1: A basic primer

On 28 March 2017 the Corporations Amendment (Crowd-sourced Funding) Act 2017 (Cth) (Act) received Royal Assent, paving the way for crowd-sourced equity ...

12 Apr 2017 / Michael Phillips, Partner read more
5 ways your step-child could claim on your estate

Step-children may be able to make a claim against your estate if they are able to prove firstly, their eligibility, and secondly, that you have not given ...

7 Apr 2017 / Angela Harvey, Partner and Alexander Moddel, Graduate Solicitor read more
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Association Memberships
Tristan Jepson Memorial Foundation
  • 2015 - Finalist Lawyers Weekly Women in Law Awards
  • 2015 - Finalist Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards - Employee program of the year