How You Can Protect Yourself from Defamation When You're in Business

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Anybody who sets themselves up in business has to be prepared for some exposure, or they're not going to be very successful. In other words, they can't be introverted and guarded, as otherwise they're likely to be swamped by the competition. If this is you, then you want people to be talking about you as much as possible. However, if some of that discussion turns negative and somebody says something about your business, you may feel that your reputation has been harmed.

28 August 2017

How to Ensure That You Don't Trip up over Your Contracts

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How careful are you when drawing up a contract for the provision of your products or services? All small business owners understand that they need contractual terms, to safeguard their interests in a commercial transaction. The contract is, of course, a binding agreement, but is it fully reflecting the ability and intention of both parties? Sometimes, a wrong word in the wrong place can spell disaster. What are some of the key areas you need to look at in relation to your contracts?

16 June 2017

How to Ensure That Your Worker's Compensation Claim Is Successful

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In common with most developed countries, Australia has a lot of settled law that is designed to safeguard workers who may be unfortunate enough to have been injured on the job. With these safety measures in place, financial assistance and proper medical treatment are available as and when needed, but it's important to remember that the correct procedures need to be followed at all times. What are some of the biggest mistakes people make when they find themselves in this situation?

16 June 2017

How You Can Help Yourself Keep Debts to a Minimum

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When you run your own business, cash flow is everything. If you don't keep on top of it, it can quickly get out of hand and this means that you have to do everything in your power to keep accounts receivable to an absolute minimum. Most businesses have to extend a certain amount of credit during their day-to-day operations, but many do not pay attention to the way that they communicate their terms.

16 June 2017

What to do in case of an accident

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It is never easy to deal with an accident, especially if you suffer grave physical injury. If the accident was not your fault however, you can make a claim to cater for your treatment as well as the damage to your car, bike or motorbike. It is usually a good move to engage a car accident lawyer who knows how to negotiate the settlement for you. Preserve life If an accident occurs, the most important thing is your life.

16 May 2017

Do You Have Any Recourses to Challenge a Will If You're Not Happy?

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What should you do if you're unhappy with the contents of somebody's will? Do you feel that your loved one's assets are not being properly disposed of, or that you should be more clearly accounted for according to their wishes? You may have legal recourse according to the legal system in Australia, so what do you need to know before you come up with a challenge? Validity The first thing that you need to ensure is that the will is valid in the eyes of the law.

9 May 2017

What to look for in a criminal lawyer

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If you are facing criminal charges it is of utmost importance to find a good criminal lawyer. Criminal charges have penalties and jail sentences you do not want to face. It is important to have a criminal lawyer by your side who can ensure your rights are respected and the best outcome for you is achieved.   The first thing you should do as soon as you find out that charges are being brought against you is to talk to a lawyer so that you can get the best advice on how to protect yourself.

1 May 2017