Category: Commercial Disputes

How to claim outstanding debts in the Local Court

29-November-2017 Commercial Disputes,Property By Mark Streeter

Have you entered into a loan agreement that is not being fulfilled? Do you have invoices that remain unpaid by your clients? Have you paid for services you haven’t received? Do you own property that has not been returned? If you’ve answered yes to...

Complete guide to innovation patents

23-November-2017 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

This year has seen many questions arise concerning innovation patents, and more specifically, what they are and how they are used. Here we provide all the answers. What are innovation patents? Innovation patents offer protection in the form of rights...

Top tips to reduce legal costs and prevent contractual disputes

20-July-2017 Commercial Disputes By Mark Streeter

Many businesses enter into commercial contracts every day in delivering their services and products. If managed correctly, contracts can be a great mechanism to detail the work to be undertaken, the role of each party and the agreed price. However,...

How to protect your intellectual property

28-May-2017 blog,Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

Engaging a lawyer to help you protect your Intellectual Property (IP) by registering a trade mark, (or acting for you in a dispute involving your trade mark) is an important step in the protection of your rights as a creator and owner of intellectual...

Never ignore an Administrative Notice from a Trustee

Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mark Streeter

Business owners who have been involved in transactions, commercial deals or transfers with a person who may have recently become bankrupt need to know where they stand and how to respond to an Administrative Notice. What is the importance of an...

How to increase your business productivity

7-May-2017 Commercial Disputes By Mark Streeter

Would you like to increase your business productivity and decrease internal work disputes? Streeterlaw provides this overview of the employment dispute resolution process relating to small and medium-sized enterprises and explains what you need to do to...

Bankruptcy notices – the last resort of enforcement

16-March-2017 Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Mark Streeter

Issuing a bankruptcy notice is often the last resort enforcement mechanism used by creditors to recover assets from a debtor. However, the knock-on effect can impact creditors and debtors alike. The issuing of a bankruptcy notice should not be taken...

Tips to reduce the risk of employment disputes

11-March-2017 Commercial Disputes By Mark Streeter

Owners of small to medium-sized enterprises who wish to protect their businesses from internal work disputes with their employees must establish a process that creates clear and concise job descriptions and employee agreements. Employees with clearly...

How to avoid shareholder disputes

22-August-2016 Commercial Disputes By Mark Streeter

Shareholder disputes can arise as a result of a deadlock between shareholders, an impasse in the decision-making process or even disagreements in relation to the management, disclosure or use of company funds. Failing to address these disputes or...

Corporate governance errors can be costly

Commercial Disputes By Mark Streeter

Corporate misgovernance can lead to shareholder disputes or breaches of directors duties. It can also result in costly litigation. Below we have provided some tips on how to prevent disputes arising in your company. It is not uncommon to see poor...