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The top 5 things that you need to know as right now if you own a small business

27-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

At Streeterlaw we understand that now, more than ever, making wise business choices is crucial for you. We also understand that in the current circumstances the running of your business may not exactly be “business as usual”. Accordingly, we...

What are your obligations as an employer amid the Coronavirus outbreak?

5-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

With our Health Ministers preparing to gather to discuss how Australia will formulate its national response to what is being called the ‘global coronavirus pandemic’, Streeterlaw takes this opportunity to remind you of your obligations under the law...

When the dream holiday turns into a nightmare

3-March-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

Holidays are meant to be a wonderfully refreshing break from work to set you up ready to return to back to work with energy and zeal. Sadly, this is not the reality for all… read on to find out your rights if your holiday was soured by a bad...

How to prepare for your first meeting with a Family Lawyer and the benefits of early advice

21-February-2020 Family Law By Simone Green

When a relationship breaks down, emotions can be so overwhelming that planning the next step can become quite challenging. At Streeterlaw, we recognise that seeing a lawyer is a significant step for people in this process and unfortunately often delayed...

Why consumers should ALWAYS read the fine print…

30-January-2020 Commercial Disputes By Jamal Bakalian

The Federal Court of Australia (“FCA”) recently dismissed a case against TPG Internet Pty Ltd that was brought by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (“ACCC”). The Court decided that TPG did not make false or misleading statements...

Child relocation after separation – the geographical threat undermining parent/child relationships

Family Law By Simone Green

Few things are more emotionally devastating than family separation. Maintaining a strong parental relationship with a child after separation is difficult, particularly for young children, when they live a significant distance away, inter-state or...

Major legal changes for anyone considering buying an off-the-plan property

6-December-2019 Commercial Disputes,Property By Jamal Bakalian

Santa’s not the only thing coming to town this December… From 1 December 2019, major changes to conveyancing legislation[1] will affect all parties involved in the purchase of off-the-plan properties. Back in 2015 the Australian government...