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Unpacking recent changes to Australia’s IP legislation

By: Rhys Williamson

Recent changes to Australia’s intellectual property legislation reflect some of the recommendations made by the Productivity Commission in 2016. This article explores h...

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Medical practice structuring and home ownership

By: Antony Harrison

Structuring your medical practice to protect the family home Are you a medical practitioner? Trading as a trust may be the best way to minimise your personal exposure in

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Three strikes and you’re out – but only if you play fair

By: John Forde

We are pleased to announce a further victory for one of our resident manager clients in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Appeal Tribunal. In this matter the Body C...

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War, what is it good for?

By: Will Kenny

With so much at stake, Mahoneys recommends community title scheme managers work towards an amicable solution before pursuing litigation. In Mahoneys’ recent victory in

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A matter of trust: the fiduciary duties of body corporate committees

By: John Forde

An exploration of how body corporate committee members have a legal responsibility to carry out their duties judiciously – particularly regarding the use of “informat...

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Mahoneys 又一次为小区经理取得胜利

By: Mitchell Downes

Mahoneys 在QCAT法庭上又一次为昆士兰的物业管理经理群博得了胜利。 此次的审讯长达十天,双方展示的呈堂证供超过了两千页的宣...

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Mahoneys wins again for resident managers

By: Mitchell Downes

Mahoneys has secured yet another win for resident managers in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. The trial was hard fought over 10 days of hearing. There w...

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行业快讯: 小区经理遭到Committee欺压怎么办?

By: Ben Seccombe

早在2015年,Mahoneys律师行为小区经理在昆州成功的对于workplace bullying提出昆士兰第一件成功的诉讼案。这一步引领着行业为小区...

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Industry update: Caretaker bullying by bodies corporate

By: Ben Seccombe

Back in 2015, Mahoneys acted for the first caretaker recognised by the Fair Work Commission as a ‘worker’ for the purposes of a workplace bullying action and we conti...

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Franchise agreements, trade marks and Australian consumer law

By: John Forde

A franchise is a business arrangement that allows a person to operate under the name of an already established business. A recent dispute involved an International Restau...

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