Debt prevention, recovery and enforcement

  • Prevention and enforcement strategies.

  • Appearing throughout Australia in all State and Federal Courts and associated Tribunals.

  • Credit Applications.

  • Inception (initial letter) to obtaining and enforcing Court judgment.

  • Specialized Fee Recoveries and Strategies for Wholesalers, Retailers and Schools, 

 

Bankruptcy and insolvency law (personal and corporate)

  • Bankrupting private persons (from inception with Bankruptcy Notice, through to management of appointed Trustee in Bankruptcy).

  • Winding Up companies (from inception with, most frequently, Creditor’s Statutory Demand, through to management of appointed Liquidator).

 

Business Dispute Resolution 

  • Appearing throughout Australia in all State and Federal Courts and associated Tribunals.

  • Breach of contract claims, owners corporation (body corporate) disputes, partnership disputes, joint venture disputes, claims concerning breach of confidential information, claims concerning breach of intellectual property and applications opposing jurisdiction

 

Business Law 

  • All forms of Business Agreements and Tenders.

  • Company Constitutions, Contracts of Sale of Business, Unit and Share Sale Agreements, Partnership Agreements, Joint Venture Agreements and Confidentiality/ Non-Disclosure Deeds.

 

Estate Planning and Litigation

  • Development of strategy and appropriate structures.

  • Making and opposing Testator Family Maintenance Claims.

 

Construction law

  • Sale and purchase of plant and equipment.

  • Making and defending consumer protection claims.

  • Making and defending claims pursuant to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2002 (Vic).

Defamation Law

  • Removal of defamatory remarks on Facebook, YouTube and Google.

  • Defending allegations of alleged defamatory remarks on Facebook, YouTube and Google.

  • Inception (Concerns Notices) to obtaining and enforcing Court judgment.

 

Franchise Disputes 

  • Advising on the Franchising Franchising Code of Conduct.

  • Conducting and opposing claims for breach of Franchise Agreements. 

Intellectual Property 

  • Application for protections.

  • Enforcement of rights (e.g. breach of trade mark, claim for passing off).

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