Expert Help and Advice
We assist sole traders, partnerships, franchisees, franchisors and proprietary companies with commercial law advice and services for their business. Running a business can throw all sorts of problems at you and it’s important to have a team of advisors behind you when you need them.
If it is important to you then it is important to us. We can advise you on:
- entering or leaving a commercial lease;
- starting a business;
- agreements around entering a partnership or joint venture;
- terms and conditions for your business;
- employment terms and agreements;
- entering commercial agreements; and
- legalities surrounding staff management.
If you are looking at setting up a new business, entering a partnership or a joint venture, or just signing a commercial agreement and have some questions then it’s important to get legal and financial advice before you sign on the dotted line. Contact us for an initial discussion about how we can assist you.
As a commercial operator you will likely find yourself in a commercial law dispute at some point, either with a client, customer or another business. We can support through arbitration, mediation or court proceedings if necessary or, where possible, help you settle disputes so that you can get on with running your business.
We can also advise you on your obligations under the Australian Consumer Law (previously the Trade Practices Act) and guide you through any complaints you may receive.
As a business owner, there is nothing more frustrating than chasing fees owed to you. If you have attempted to recover a debt owed to you with no success, we can provide debt recovery assistance. We have fixed fee options for small claims debt recovery so that it won’t break the bank. We can send letters of demand and follow up with filing a claim in the Magistrate’s Court if necessary. We can also enforce any orders obtained through the Court.
We can support you through arbitration, mediation or court proceedings if necessary or, where possible, help you settle disputes so that you can get on with running your business.
For those just starting out, we appreciate how daunting it can be to consider all of your structure options and we can help you tailor your structure so that it suits your business.
Australian Consumer Law
We can advise you on complaints under the Australian Consumer Law (previously the Trade Practices Act).
If you require debt recovery assistance, we can send letters of demand and follow up with filing a claim and enforcement in the magistrate’s court if necessary.