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COVID-19 – NSW Parliament to introduce further relief measures for small businesses.

27 March 2020 | COVID-19 |

TREASURY LEGISLATION AMENDMENT (COVID-19) BILL 2020
Yesterday the NSW parliament read for the second time the Treasury Legislation Amendment (COVID-19) Bill 2020 …

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COVID-19 Pandemic – Changes for Office Workers

27 March 2020 | COVID-19 |

News Update - The FWC to decide on changes to Clerk’s Award tomorrow - measures include: (1) Employers can direct employees to take annual leave (2) Employees can agree to a temporary reduction of working hours (3) Employers can have a close down with one week’s notice

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Changes to Insolvency Laws give relief for debts but at what cost?

26 March 2020 | Corporate & Commercial |

On Sunday, 22 March 2020, the Federal Government announced that the Treasurer has been granted temporary powers to make regulatory changes …

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6 Steps to handle construction project delays as a result of COVID-19

25 March 2020 | Construction & Infrastructure |

The impacts of the COVID-19 virus on supply chains, site shutdowns and labour shortages are already deeply affecting the construction sector.  …

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and your employees

24 March 2020 | COVID-19 |

The economy is being impacting by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the government measures to contain the spread. Businesses are all …

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Can a Principal be liable for Wet Weather Season costs?

20 March 2020 | Construction & Infrastructure |

In the tropics, we get “the wet season”, a known extended period of wet weather that affects all construction projects.  Increasingly …

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Business as usual for Nexus

18 March 2020 | COVID-19 |

Amidst so much uncertainty, operationally, for Nexus, it is business as usual.  Our model is geared to facilitate flexible working arrangements …

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5 points to consider before filing a development appeal in NSW.

13 March 2020 | Legal Developments |

If you are contemplating filing an appeal with the NSW Land and Environment Court, Grant Long has developed a useful infographic …

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Doing Law Differently with Nexus

04 March 2020 | News & Events |

As COO of Nexus, each and every day senior lawyers ask Jacqueline Keddie what Nexus does, how is it different and how this translates to a better client experience. Many of these questions are answered in a recent podcast produced by Lucy Dickens of "Doing Law Differently". 

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5 reasons to incorporate your company in Singapore

10 February 2020 | Corporate & Commercial |

We have recently had queries from clients asking us to assist them with incorporating their companies in Singapore.
For those who are …

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Nexus 2020 Lunch & Learn Series starts soon!

20 January 2020 | News & Events |

One of Nexus’ core values is “One-Team” – a value we take very seriously.
Whether you are a member of Nexus Law …

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What is a Constructive Dismissal?

11 December 2019 | Employment & Workplace Relations |

The case below demonstrates an employer that ignored the complaints of an employee that they are overworked to its own demise.
Ravi …

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Foreign Beneficiaries in a Discretionary Trust

10 December 2019 | Legal Developments |

Many discretionary trusts have wide pools of potential beneficiaries as to both income and capital of the trust.
Strictly speaking, the very …

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High Court Decision Threatens Booming Class Action Industry

09 December 2019 | Finance Transaction Support |

The Situation
Litigation funding (also known as legal financing or third-party litigation funding) has been a major driver of Australian class actions. …

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Does a self-representing solicitor have a fool for a client?

06 December 2019 | Dispute Resolution |

Since 1885 solicitors who represent themselves in Court have been able to recover professional costs for their time acting for themselves, …

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