Join us for our next Insurance seminar, ‘Third Party Claims against Insurers – Cutting out the Middleman’, 12 October 2017

I am pleased to announce, on behalf of TressCox and the ALFA International legal network, the next Insurance & Insurance Litigation Law Seminar in SYDNEY, Thursday 12 October 2017…

Bill introduced to Parliament allows crowd-sourced equity funding for proprietary companies

After having presented on equity crowdfunding to the TressCox’ legal team only yesterday, it has just come to my attention that the exposure draft allowing proprietary companies to engage in crowd-sourced equity funding which had been released for consultation on 9 May 2017 has been introduced as a Bill into the Parliament this morning…

It’s time for your health, wellbeing and safety check up! – an Employment Law seminar overview

At the beginning of August I presented an Employment, IR & Workplace Safety Law seminar titled “It’s time for your health, wellbeing and safety check up!”. It was great to see a number of HR practitioners, work health and safety (WHS) officers and business owners come along to up skill their knowledge on WHS…

Equity crowdfunding will not be available to proprietary companies as soon as some may think…

Equity crowdfunding will not be available to proprietary companies as soon as some may think. In the recent article “What proprietary companies need to know about a potential new equity crowdfunding regime” published on SmartCompany on 31 July 2017 Darren Pereira and Sarah Butler offer a comprehensive summary of the proposed requirements contained in the exposure draft of a Bill allowing proprietary companies to engage in crowd-sourced equity funding…

30% tax rate on discretionary trust distributions if Labor wins the next Federal election – do the figures make sense?

Bill Shorten recently announced that, if Labor wins the next Federal election, a minimum 30% tax rate will be introduced on discretionary trust distributions to people over the age of 18…

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