Commercial Insights – November 2017

In this edition of Commercial insights, we discuss how a recent decision of the Queensland Supreme Court emphasising the importance of contractual rights under a shareholders’ agreement to protect minority shareholders, we examine the newly increased powers of the Fair Work Ombudsman. We include some handy tips on how to ensure your Individual Flexibility Arrangements are made properly; how to avoid copyright infringement when you use another person’s publicly available material; tips for sole traders on how to better protect yourself and your business, and some insights into the value of having and maintaining an up-to-date partnership agreement.

Read more:

  1. Put it in writing: Tools to protect and enforce minority shareholder rights (Part 2)
  2. How to avoid copyright infringement
  3. Partnership Agreements – do you have one and is it up to date? Is it a dispute waiting to happen?
  4. Increased powers of the Fair Work Ombudsman – Is your business vulnerable?
  5. How fit are you, legally?

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Disclaimer: This information is current as of November 2017. These articles do not constitute legal advice and do not give rise to any solicitor/client relationship between Meridian Lawyers and the reader. Professional legal advice should be sought before acting or relying upon the content of these articles.

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