What We Do

We are the Lawyers for Employers

We understand what it takes to make a business successful. That's why we cover all aspects of the law governing organisations, delivering sound legal advice and expert representation. We take the time to understand the unique operations of your business, and provide the supportive professional legal services you need to navigate through the statutory obligations, duties and responsibilities that it's bound by.

Our specialist services are tailored to the needs of employers. Whether you're looking for practical and cost-effective advice in Employment Law, Migration Law or Commercial Law, our team of experienced professionals will support you throughout the entire life cycle of your business, ironing out the complex matters so you can concentrate on doing what you do best.

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The 7 must-have policies to boost staff productivity and accountability

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Have you ever wondered how much poor performance and productivity is costing your business? It can be an uncomfortable thought,

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The Gig Economy – “Uber” factors to consider

The gig economy has arguably revolutionised the labour market, allowing short-term contracts or freelance work as opposed to permanent jobs. It provides a platform for businesses to offer their services to their clients or customers via the engagement of short-term contracts as contractors or consultants.

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Can you terminate your contract for breach of a non-essential term?

Breaches of contract occur on a regular basis in business, however there is still some confusion as to what a business can do to terminate a contract. It’s crucial that you’re aware of the non-essential terms in your contracts so that you may determine what your rights are and whether you may terminate a contract

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Ipso Facto Reform: ‘A breath of fresh air’ for distressed Companies; and a major change to Contract Law. Are you prepared?

Ipso facto provisions are a common staple found in almost every commercial Contract one can think of but, starting from 1 July 2018, there will be new laws which restrict a party’s right to enforce an ipso facto clause. The legislative reform to the Corporations Act 2001 (the Act) is great news for struggling companies

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Professionals must accept the “rough and smooth” of working outside the normal working hours

There has been significant discussion around working outside normal business hours (9:00 am to 5:00 pm) and whether those extra hours should be paid as either overtime or time off in lieu (TOIL). In a decision by Commissioner Mathews in the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission, the Commissioner made it abundantly clear that employees who

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‘Money never sleeps’ and neither does ASIC: disqualification as a Director pursuant to Section 206F Corporations Act 2001

During the corporate excitement of entrepreneurial risk-taking in a limited liability Company, thought is not usually given to the possibility that a Director may be disqualified if ‘things go wrong’. Even in the event of liquidation of a Company, Directors are – notwithstanding the ‘corporate veil’ – more likely to be concerned about Director’s liability

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