Company Meetings during Covid-19 pandemic

While social distancing restrictions remain in place around the country (to varying degrees), companies are still required to hold meetings and execute documents to keep business running and comply with their corporate obligations. From today, amendments to the Corporations Act 2001 allow companies to convene online for annual general meetings and other meetings prescribed under the Act,

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Cyber Security: What you need to know

  There has been a lot of media coverage recently about the privacy of individual’s information and whether it can be shared with others. Business owners obtain personal information from a variety of sources and should already be familiar with the Australian Privacy Principles. As a result of amendments to the Privacy Act which came into

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Master chef’s blunder: Payroll error leaves up to $2.6M owing

Minor payroll and employment errors can lead to significant issues for employers, as MasterChef judge, George Calombaris, has recently discovered. An error in the payroll system of Mr Calombaris’s company, MAdE Establishment Group, lead to up to 430 employees being underpaid as a result of a misclassification of employees and a miscalculation of how overtime

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Wat’s Happening with…. Burgers, Best Mates and Business Gone Bad

Business relationships go bad. Unfortunately it happens. People who set out with the best of intentions and the best of friendships can find themselves locked in bitter disputes over business assets. This can be a result of changes in their lives, their relationships or the business itself, and often cannot be foreseen. As Business Lawyers

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