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Institutionalise your memory

21 May 2019 | Corporate & Commercial |

Bad habits and not knowing what to do put at risk the assets of individuals, families, family businesses and organisations. Here are many practical ways to protect assets against death, disability or organisational or family dissolution.

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Outside-the-box thinking attracts fintech expert to Nexus

11 April 2019 | News & Events |

Sol Dolor, journalist with Australasian lawyer profiles Stuart Granger’s appointment as Practice Manager, Corporate & Technology at Nexus Law Group.
A recent …

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Managing Your Business For Growth – a Nexus Lunch & Learn

03 April 2019 | News & Events |

Welcome to the next in our series of learning opportunities for Nexus' interdisciplinary network of professionals. Following on from his superbly received talk last year, our speaker, Chris Collings will focus upon some of the practical strategies that business leaders can reach for today to best equip their businesses to grow and prosper in the current environment.

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The Devil in Design – Builders in the Firing Line

27 March 2019 | Civil Contractors and Construction |

Opal Tower - can it really be the case that innocent builders or even worse, owners end up footing the bill for this fiasco? What options are available to address this significant problem? A proactive approach needs to be taken to address these issues rather than collective ignorance and shirking responsibilities.

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Security of Payments – New Year, New Act

21 February 2019 | Civil Contractors and Construction |

Significant amendments to the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 (NSW) (SOP Act) were passed on 21 November …

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Nexus gains three Group Principals

13 February 2019 | Corporate & Commercial |

Sol Dolor, journalist with Australasian Lawyer profiles THREE SENIOR LAWYERS who have joined Nexus Law Group.
• Estate planning, assets protection, business succession, trusts, and …

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CyberInsurance – Nexus Lunch & Learn

13 February 2019 | Commercial Agreements |

Cybercrime is increasing exponentially (* see Four Corners link below), making cyber security and #CyberInsurance a necessity or priority in business. Charles Galayini, …

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Discretionary trusts preserve and build multi-generational wealth

08 February 2019 | News & Events |

It’s said that wealth rarely sustains beyond three generations. The pattern of wealth made, and inheritance used and lost is evident …

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Elder law – working with older clients

09 January 2019 | News & Events |

Every lawyer should be aware how the law is relevant to an ageing community.  As an expert in the field, Nexus Law Group's Michael Perkins will present at this College of Law course, focused on educating lawyers operating in this space.

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Western Sydney’s startling business opportunities and challenges

07 January 2019 | Corporate & Commercial |

Our research identifies six distinguishing features of the economy of Greater Western Sydney. Learn about its youthful population pyramid and food, the "three cities" plan and new airport, industries and employment concentrations, and how the meaning of the word "Asia" evolved over millennia and how understanding that explains the Asianisation of business today.

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New family and domestic violence leave entitlement

10 December 2018 | Employment & Workplace Relations |

In August 2018, all employees to whom a Modern Award applied were given an entitlement to unpaid Family and domestic violence leave. This new amendment extends the entitlement to all employees in the Fair Work System from 12 December 2018.

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Update contracts and register assets to protect against insolvency events

04 December 2018 | Construction & Infrastructure |

It’s time to review and update your insolvent trading clauses and practices! Historically common law came to the aid of an asset owner needing to protect materials, plant and equipment delivered to a buyer which had not yet paid in full. Recent changes to the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) assist such buyers in receipt of unpaid assets even though the buyers are potentially insolvent.

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How selective communication to lawyers protects business

22 November 2018 | Corporate & Commercial |

Lawyers know, but clients need to appreciate, that not all communication of information by a client with a lawyer is blocked …

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