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How to Enforce a Garnishee Order

Australia - March 16 2017 A garnishee order is a common form of enforcing a judgment debt against a creditor to recover money. Put simply, the court directs a third party that

Who Owns the Copyright in an Instagram Image?

Australia - April 6 2017 When someone takes a photograph, the image is immediately protected by copyright law in Australia. The photographer then has the exclusive right to

An Employee Has Stolen My Client List. What Can I Do?

Australia - April 1 2017 Technology has enabled employees to take confidential information on their departure from the business, including client lists. All an employee needs

What is a Share Subscription Agreement?

Australia - March 21 2017 If your startup is raising capital, you will need a number of documents before the money hits your company bank account. A share subscription

What’s the Purpose of a Statement of Claim?

Australia - June 8 2017 If you are in dispute with another party, and it has escalated to court, you will typically begin the process by filing a statement of claim. A

5 Legal Documents Startups Cannot Survive Without

Australia - July 12 2017 Launching your startup can be an exciting time for you and your co-founders and there are many things to consider in the early stages of your new

What is the Option Pool Shuffle?

Australia - July 8 2017 Startups commonly offer options to motivate and retain key team members. When a company sets up an employee share option scheme or plan (an ESOP or

What is a Convertible Note Calculator?

Australia - July 7 2017 Before we explain a convertible note calculator and why it's useful, a quick recap on convertible notes. Convertible notes are a form of debt that

What is a Convertible Note Cap?

Australia - July 7 2017 Broadly speaking, a convertible note holder is lending money to the company in return for the right to convert the note to equity under certain

Can I Run a Business Through a Trust?

Australia - July 6 2017 A trust can be used to run a business. But because it is not a legal entity, the trustee undertakes the business activities on behalf of the trust. A