Summer Report 2020

Client Profile: Eldercare

April 10, 2020

In Aged Care, High Profile Scrutiny Means Staying Ahead of the Game is a Must. Progressive. Diverse. Agile. Collaborative. These are not normally...

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The Covid-19 Outbreak and Contract Relief in the Form of Force Majeure

April 10, 2020

Introduction The new lunar year of the Metal Rat has regrettably commenced amidst an abundance of wretched disasters. Whether flood, fires and most...

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The Issue of Capacity

April 10, 2020

Although most people over 65 will not suffer cognitive impairment, for a large minority, dementia and other age-related conditions will enter their lives...

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Land Tax Reform – What Does it All Mean?

April 10, 2020

The Land Tax (Miscellaneous) Amendment Act 2019 (SA) (the Amending Act) has now been enacted and introduces progressive changes to the Land Tax...

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Who Owns Intellectual Property? Employer or Employee

April 10, 2020

Disputes between employers and employees as to who owns the intellectual property (“IP”) developed by an employee have been frequent causes for litigation...

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“Confidential” Means Confidential

April 10, 2020

Crown Resorts V Zantran Clauses requiring parties to keep information confidential are frequently found in contracts. These may typically be contracts of employment,...

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On the Hook: Directors in the Tax Firing Line

April 10, 2020

The personal responsibilities of company directors are getting more and more stringent with new laws proposed to extend directors’ penalty notice regimes to...

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The Long Reach of Spousal Maintenance

April 10, 2020

It is not often that a particular Family Law case receives media attention, but that happened last year with the case of Blevins...

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Modern Issues in Business Succession Planning

April 10, 2020

Business succession planning is critical in ensuring that any transition of the business, whether during your lifetime or following your death, is a...

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Residence Issues for Trust Estates With Foreign Corporate Trustees

April 10, 2020

The notional taxpayer described in Australian law as a ‘trust estate’ is required to calculate its net income as if it was a...

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Staff Profile: John Walsh

April 10, 2020

A life-changing year In January 2014 John, as Managing Partner of Donaldson Walsh, was looking forward to continuing to guide his firm through...

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