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Government “overshoots” small business concessions

Posted By on 5/03/18

In February 2018, the Government released the Exposure Draft of the Treasury Laws Amendment (measures for a later sitting) Bill 2018: with the misleading by-line “…improving the small business CGT concessions”. The following article demonstrates how in fact the draft, if enacted in its current form covers not only the “loophole” raised in the May … Read more

In pursuit of excellence – KHQ implements Net Promoter System

Posted By on 23/02/18

KHQ Lawyers has taken its passion for excellence one step further with the successful implementation of the Net Promoter System. Long used by highly customer focused companies like Apple and Amazon, the team at Melbourne based KHQ Lawyers have demonstrated their commitment to delivering outstanding client service by successfully implementing client satisfaction and loyalty measurement … Read more

JOY Law – surrogacy in Australia

In this episode of JOY Law, Monica and I talk about surrogacy: what it is, how it works and the laws pertaining to surrogacy in Australia. In particular, we discuss: the various forms of surrogacy; intended parents and who gets named as parents on the child’s birth certificate; commercial surrogacy versus altruistic surrogacy; the legislation … Read more

Giving evidence at a Royal Commission

By Kate Davey (Senior Associate) and Paul Welling (Principal Solicitor) The first hearing of the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry will take place today in Melbourne. Although no witnesses will be called at this initial public hearing, we thought that it would be timely to briefly summarise the … Read more