Our company law solicitors assist companies and businesses in purchasing other businesses whether incorporated or unincorporated.
We often advise on amendments to and interpretation of constitutions, memoranda of association and articles of association; shareholders agreements and directors’ and trustees’ responsibilities. We have acted on a number of multi-million dollar acquisitions and disposals, restructures and de-mergers across Queensland and Australia.
If you’re in business long enough, chances are you’ll be involved in a dispute of one sort or another. And the way the legal system works, sometimes it doesn’t even matter whether you’re in the right. The costs alone of fighting a claim can sink some companies. It’s vital your business structure is set up continue reading
Issues that regularly arise in trade and commerce are terms of trade, data protection and privacy issues, performance of contracts and agreements, regulatory compliance and enforceability of contracts, management of liability under contracts, formulating claims and resolving disputes. Sajen is often approached to advise on the exercise of rights under contracts, including the effect of continue reading
It’s a rare business that has no employees. And employment relationships are one of the most common causes of disputes in business. With the proper contracts and policies in place, you can minimise the potential for dispute, and protect your valuable intellectual property and confidential information. You can even prevent former staff from unfairly competing continue reading
If you’re in business long enough, chances are you’ll be involved in a dispute of one sort or another. And the way the legal system works, sometimes it doesn’t even matter whether you’re in the right. The costs alone of fighting a claim can sink some companies. It’s absolutely vital your business structure is set continue reading
Getting your company structure right from the commencement of your business is important to your long term success. If the ownership structure is not correct it can put at risk your assets and have taxation issues as a result of a lack of planning. The most common business structures are sole trader, partnership and proprietary limited company. continue reading
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