Force Majeure….breach of contract….termination of contract….performance of contract.  Suppliers and service providers alike in industries as diverse as manufacturing and financial services, travel and engineering to marketing and dentistry are feeling the effect of COVID-19  and to a wider extent dispute over contractual obligations. The unprecedented event of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to place stress…

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The Treasury Laws Amendment (Combating Illegal Phoenixing) Act 2020 (the Act) received royal assent on 17 February 2020 enacting new laws in relation to illegal phoenix activities, with the most notable change being director’s liabilities in relation to Goods and Services Tax (GST). The aim of this new legislation is to hold accountable company directors…

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Employsure have taken the business world by storm providing workplace relations support to business owners and employers using a marketing and sales process that is quite compelling and disrupting the HR space to a large extent. However the experience of some of our clients has found a gap between expectations and the practical realties of…

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Personal asset protection is often touted as a major benefit of operating through a company rather than as a sole trader or in a traditional partnership. Despite this, there are a significant and growing number of liabilities and obligations for which a director can be personally liable. Whether you are the sole director and shareholder…

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Are you looking to buy a business, or have you signed a contract already? If so, there are key risks and advantages about the structure of the transaction that need to be understood before looking at the detail. There are many reasons to buy a business. Perhaps you are new business owner and want to…

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