Accountants and Financial Planners Briefing
Professional Negligence: What you need to know....
Friday, 22 June 2018

When a client seeks advice from a financial advisor, whether that advisor is an accountant, financial planner, stockbroker or banker, they have the right to assume a certain level of care.

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How the Banking Royal Commission is tightening lending and driving down housing prices

In light of the recent warnings from the Banking Royal Commission, it is important to understand how tightened lending a...

How your clients might avoid a losing litigation battle - Preliminary Discovery

Deciding whether or not to commence legal proceedings can often be a difficult decision for your clients and one which t...

Ipso Facto Clauses – There's change on the way

An important change in law arising from the raft of recent Insolvency reforms concerns enforcement of 'ipso facto' claus...

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Responding to Social Media Reviews

Decisions surrounding everyday purchases are now often made following an online review of businesses' social media accou...

Don't rush into your franchise lease without checking the details

Various issues can be overlooked in the rush to have a document signed and finalised, and because of a landlord's pressu...

What does Same-Sex Marriage Mean for Parenting Matters?

In the third and final part of our same-sex marriage blog posts, we take a look at what the introduction of same-sex mar...

Can an employee withdraw their resignation? Do you have to accept an employee's resignation for it to be valid?

When an employee notifies his / her employer that they wish to terminate their employment, their employment will automat...