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    Managing Div7a Issues: how to not owe your own business money

    By James Frank on Aug 25, 2020 12:43:00 PM

    This is the second article in our 4-part series on 'Preparing for the Precipice: a post JobKeeper economy.'

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    What is the biggest risk to a business? People

    By James Frank on Jul 22, 2020 2:11:24 PM

    How important are your employees?

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    The global market: no longer a choice

    By Philip van den Heever on Dec 13, 2019 11:09:06 AM

    Michael R Czinkota, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce in the United States Department of Commerce said this:

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    Protecting your assets in bankruptcy

    By James Frank on Sep 25, 2019 11:21:59 AM

    One of the most seminal decisions in bankruptcy law is the High Court decision of The Trustee of the Property of John Daniel Cummins, A Banklrupt v Cummins (2006) [2006] HCA 6. 

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    Firing the 'Unfireable': How to dismiss someone and not get sued

    By Philip van den Heever on Sep 23, 2019 2:52:23 PM

    Last week Frank Law presented a seminar entitled: Firing the ‘Unfireable’: How to dismiss someone and not get sued.

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    Why should I bother with Corporate Advisory and Restructuring?

    By Andrea Harrold on Sep 5, 2019 2:00:42 PM

    When a company is first set up, usually its purpose and subsequent structure is clear. Over time, the business grows, and the company may outgrow its current structure, or in the alternative, the business may find itself in financial strife and so the structure of the company may need to be reconsidered.

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    How to sue someone in a different state

    By Andrea Harrold on Aug 27, 2019 5:02:00 PM

    It is quite common in civil litigation proceedings for the Defendant or Plaintiff to be located in another state. The person you are intending to sue may live interstate or their registered office may be interstate. Either way, there are a number of things to think about if you intend to sue someone who is not in the same state as you.

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    Pursuing a Debt in Bankruptcy

    By Matthew Sibley on Aug 15, 2019 11:08:53 AM

    When a person who owes you money becomes bankrupt, it may become a lot more difficult for you to recover your debt. A trustee (being a person or entity) steps in to manage the bankrupt’s affairs. The trustee works with the bankrupt individual and the bankrupt’s creditors to achieve a fair outcome for all. While the trustee will endeavour to ensure all creditors receive due payment for the amounts owing to them, creditors may have to commercially accept ‘cents in the dollar’ to ensure they receive some payment for their debt.

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    Debt Recovery: Lawyers vs Debt Collectors

    By Matthew Sibley on Jul 31, 2019 11:04:26 AM

    Unlike wine, debts don’t improve with age. Once you have made a decision to take action to recover a debt, it is important to move quickly in deciding the means by which you will pursue repayment.

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    Why You Need a Process Server

    By Andrea Harrold on Jul 31, 2019 10:31:17 AM

    When running a litigation matter, that is, any Court matter, it is critical to be able to prove to the court that your court documents were delivered to the other side. Afterall, if the other side did not receive your court documents then how do they defend themselves and how is justice upheld in the court system? This is where a process server comes in handy.

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