Our Melbourne office has moved to Level 4, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Peter Buberis has a new book coming out in January 2020, analysing the Australian Franchising Code of Practice and recent case law.
Our bakers did a fantastic job preparing a delicious array of sweet treats to celebrate RSPCA Australia’s annual Cupcake Day, and to raise much needed funds for animal welfare. Thanks to all who contributed!
Litigation & Dispute ResolutionWe act for individuals and both large and small businesses in commercial litigation matters. We are committed to ensuring the best outcome for our clients and our focus where possible is to achieve early and effective commercial solutions without resorting to litigation.
Private WealthOur team provides expert advice to businesses and business owners, high net worth individuals (including executives), families and intermediaries in relation to business structuring, succession planning, taxation law issues, wills & estates, estates litigation and family and relationship law issues.
KHQ Lawyers has bolstered its tax, M&A and private wealth capabilities with the recruitment of Prath Balasubramaniam as Principal Solicitor, and his team. Prath joins from Macpherson Kelley where he led the Commercial and Tax teams. The breadth of Prath’s team’s expertise complements and extends KHQ’s existing capability and service offering. Commenting on the move, … Read more
A recent unfair dismissal decision of the Fair Work Commission highlights that it is never enough to merely establish that an employer had a reasonable belief that a performance-based termination was for a “valid reason”. Rather, the Commission still needs to make a finding on the balance of probabilities that the performance was, in fact, … Read more
By Adrian Faelli (Lawyer) and Venn King (Special Counsel) On 14 October 2019, ASIC and the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets (“AFM”) released a joint report critical of current disclosure regimes in respect of the full range of financial products across multiple jurisdictions. Entitled “Disclosure: Why it shouldn’t be the default”, the report acknowledges … Read more