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Lawyers Weekly reports on our senior promotions for 2019.


The Federal Court found Viagogo in breaching of the Australian Consumer Law in relation to its advertising practices.  David Robbins and Laura-Jane Palma summarised the court’s findings in a piece published in Legalwise News.


Our Commercial Property & Development team advised Beville Group on the sale of a landmark office building in St Kilda Road, Melbourne, for a record sum.  A summary of the deal was reported in Lawyers Weekly.

KHQ Lawyers is proud to support Startupbootcamp, an industry-focused startup accelerator.  The current program focuses on fintech startups, with the ten finalists recently revealed.


It’s an urban myth that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen (he was cremated).  However, as technology progresses, and the possibility of cryogenic preservation becomes a reality, how does this affect your estate planning? Kimi Shah and Darrell Choong discuss the implications in a piece published in Legalwise News.


When are ICOs a good idea … and when aren’t they?  Darren Sommers comments in this piece for Dynamic Business.

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The ‘gig’ is up for now… FWO withdraws against Foodora and Uber wins again

Posted By on 17/07/19 at 6:28 PM

Michael Cochrane (Special Counsel) and Adrian Faelli (Lawyer) share their insights on the latest trends in the gig economy. Last month, the Fair Work Ombudsman (FWO) decided to discontinue its well-publicised Federal Court underpayments claim against Foodora Australia following the company’s administration and subsequent exit from the Australian market.  While gig economy businesses (and businesses … Read more