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June 2017 SOP Amendments - Sending Payment Claims or Payment Schedules by Email or Fax

With the increasing use of emails both for communications and for sending and receiving documents, it is becoming common for businesses to send tax invoices by email.  Perhaps in light of this growing trend, there have been some recent amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) in relation to ...

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Why ignorance of loan balances can lead to tax nightmares. Legal solutions exist.

Do you own a private company? Have you received payments not accounted for as wages or salaries this financial year? As 30 June approaches it is time to ensure your business affairs are in order. This includes ensuring you have Division 7A Loan Agreements in place, where necessary.   What is Division 7A? Division 7A of th...

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Introduction to Business Succession Planning

Congratulations on taking the first step to protect your interest in your co-owned business. Business Succession Planning is essential for protecting your interest in a co-owned business and is an integral part of every business co-owner's individual Estate Planning. "Business Succession Planning" means: Plannin...

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Why do I need a Shareholders' Agreement (Partnership Agreement)?

Introduction to Business Succession Planning What is a Buy/Sell Option Agreement? Why do I need a Buy/Sell Option Agreement? What is a Shareholders' Agreement? How We Help Why do I need a Shareholders' Agreement (Partnership Agreement)? Anyone who is a co-owner in a bu...

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Our Commercial Litigation, Building & Construction and Business Services Teams are headed by Sam Roberts, an Accredited Specialist.

Sam Roberts is 1 of only 4 Accredited Specialists in Commercial Litigation in the Newcastle, Hunter Valley and Central Coast regions.

 

What is an Accredited Specialist?

 

In the legal profession, Accredited Specialists are practising Solicitors who have demonstrated proficiency in a particular area of law, which is recognised and conferred by fellow Solicitors.

Specialist Accreditation helps Solicitors distinguish themselves from other practitioners. It is a nationally recognised mark of distinction run by state based Solicitor Associations. In New South Wales the Specialist Accreditation Scheme has been operated by the Law Society of NSW since 1992.

 

Why use an Accredited Specialist?

 

 

To gain Specialist Accreditation a Solicitor must pass rigorous assessments in communication, problem solving, client relations and, of course, the law.

To maintain accredited status, a Solicitor must annually renew a certificate to practice the law and membership of the Law Society, plus update his or her skills and knowledge at the specialist level.

If your business has a commercial dispute that needs the attention of an expert, you need an Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation.

 

Call us now to speak to an Accredited Specialist about your Commercial Matter.

 

 

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