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Are your terms of trade worth the paper they are written on?

19-March-2015 Commercial Disputes By admin

The following article provides our clients with a common example of what can happen in the post PPSA era and provides some fundamental tips for small- to mid-sized business owners to ensure their secured debts can be recovered. A common example of...

What is the best and cheapest way to resolve commercial disputes outside of court?

Commercial Disputes By Evatt Styles

How to use Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to resolve commercial disputes The “best” way of resolving a dispute changes and certainly depends on the context, the type of dispute, its complexity and the competing interests of the...

Streeterlaw wins significant Supreme Court of NSW decision

18-March-2015 Fraud and Insolvency By Mark Streeter

A recent Supreme Court of NSW case has found that internal fraud litigation proceedings within an Australian company must be heard in an Australian court, even though the parent company is from New Zealand. The decision is now one of only two recent...

Streeterlaw instigates urgent freezing order to recover client’s money

Commercial Disputes,Fraud and Insolvency By Evatt Styles

When we were first retained by our clients, they were small business owners, who had spent two years in legal proceedings attempting to recover money from the defendant who had failed to rectify a number of building defects and non-performance under a...

Interim relocation of children can be key to success in final relocation

4-March-2015 Family Law By admin

One of the more complex issues that can arise in parenting disputes is when one party wishes to “relocate” the children’s residence to a new, more distant location. In most cases, this means the non-resident parent may feel...

Getting prepared for your loss of independence!

22-February-2015 Guardianship By Mark Streeter

I’d like to share some information and insights I have garnered from a book I recently read called Being Mortal – Illness, medicine and what matters in the end. Written by American surgeon and public health researcher Professor Atul Gawande, it...

Children’s education fund accessed for ex-wife’s self-support

19-February-2015 Family Law By Simone Green

When a couple separates, the financial resources that used to be available for the benefit of both parties now need to be stretched to provide for separate living expenses. The issue of spousal maintenance comes into play when one party is in a weaker...