June 1, 2011

Business Interruption – A Lawyers Perspective

Introduction Recent extreme weather events and other natural disasters across Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia have caused an unprecedented amount of damage, causing severe disruption not only to individuals, but also […]
June 1, 2011

Business Interruption or Destruction

Unless you have vast cash reserves and can afford to fund your own business recovery, you should strongly consider business interruption insurance if you answer YES to any one of the following : […]
October 25, 2011

The Company Directors 6 Commandments :

1. ENSURE that you have a thorough understanding of your duties and obligations both at common law and under the Corporations Law. 2. ENSURE that your company has adequate risk control and risk management procedures […]
October 25, 2011

Secure Working Capital :

SECURE WORKING CAPITAL – A BUSINESSES LIFEBLOOD If you’re a business that sells goods and services on credit terms, a substantial percentage of your working capital is probably tied up as accounts receivable. […]
May 16, 2012

Privacy Act – Changes to Law and Practice

The Australian Law Reform Commission’s (ALRC) Report into recommended changes to the Privacy Act in respect of Law and Practice is before the Government who are wading through some 247 recommended changes. Whilst the […]
March 14, 2016

SMEs worry about risks, but don’t insure against them.

A recent Industry survey by one of Australia’s largest General Insurers, Suncorp Group, found 61% of respondents are not as well insured as their Owners believe. Some 80% rank “Being unable to Trade” […]