Why Interview A Prospective Company Title Shareholder?

Directors of company title buildings often interview purchasers who are looking to buy shares in the company. These interviews usually take place after the vendor has exchanged contracts with the purchaser, but before the sale has been completed. We are often asked...

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Underpayment still a big issue for small businesses

Large fines for underpayment in small business Two businesses, a café and a retail shop owned by the same person, have been handed a $134,000 fine by the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, for the underpayment of three workers. This is a high price to pay for a small...

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7 Benefits of a new company title constitution

Many company title buildings are regulated by outdated memoranda and articles of association. A lot of companies are looking to update their memoranda and articles of association by replacing them with a modern company title constitution. Benefits of updating a...

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Accountants Seminar

JFMLAW hosted an accountants seminar earlier. Slides from the presentation from the seminar can be viewed below. Go to our seminar and training page to learn more about upcoming events or view our presentation below. View the presentation:...

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Company Title Seminar

JFMLAW hosted our annual company title seminar in Potts Point in June, the seminar is incredibly popular amongst directors, members and managers of company title buildings. JFMLAW is one of the leading company title firms in Sydney. You can view our presentation...

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Allied Health Seminar

JFMLAW held an Allied Health Seminar in May on employment law issues and risks in the Allied Health industry. We have a wealth of experience across a variety of industries. Go to our seminar and training page to learn more about upcoming events or view our...

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Are you being underpaid at work?

For every job role there is a minimum rate of pay or salary which you are entitled to. Any figure under that minimum entitlement means you're underpaid at work... you are entitled to that difference. How do I check my minimum entitlements? You can check your minimum...

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Are You A Contractor Or Employee?

The Federal Court confirms that workers will not be seen as contractors unless they “work as entrepreneurs owning and operating a separate business”. How do your contracting arrangements measure up or do you deal with sham contractors? Why does it matter if you're a...

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Workers Compensation from an Employer’s Point of View

Workers compensation and the requirements of you the employer An employer cannot dismiss an employee because of an injury or disability arising from work. Your worker has an obligation to notify you of the injury as soon as it happens, and you as the employer are...

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