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Sectors & Services

Whether you're looking to invest in or partner with a startup, we can help you get 'Startup Ready' to enable you to engage with startups and emerging companies in a relevant, timely and cost-efficient way. Services and pricing Established ...

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Fintech is an industry where companies use technology to make financial services more efficient. It is an area of disruption and of great opportunity for startups. Our team is working with market leading startups as well as investors and ...

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The A-Suite
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Complete this form to access this free suite of essential legal documents We know that legal issues are the last thing that startups want to focus on at the early stages of their venture. That’s why we’ve developed the A-Suite, a set of ...

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The A-Suite FREE suite of essential documents specifically drafted for startups, with user‑friendly guidance notes. Getting started FIXED PRICE company incorporation and registered office services. Incorporation $1,200 Registered office ...

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We advise investors on all aspects of law concerning their investment into promising startups, including the establishment of a fund or vehicle, capital raising, debt financing and ultimately realisation of the investment through exit ...

Consumer Data Right Rules – what do the changes mean for you?
Insight 21 Feb 2020

As part of the CDR rollout, as of 6 February 2020 the Big 4 banks are now required to disclose certain types of product data following a request, with the first types of consumer data to be shared from 1 July 2020. ...

Report: National Electricity & Gas Rules Update: December 2019 - January 2020
Insight 17 Feb 2020

In this update we summarise the progress of existing rule change requests across December 2019 and January 2020 and take a closer look at the Federal Government's proposed offshore clean energy infrastructure regulatory framework. ...

No minimum period before casuals can expect 'regular and systematic' work
Insight 17 Feb 2020

The Federal Court has decided that, from the commencement of her employment, a casual employee was engaged on a 'regular and systematic' basis and had a reasonable expectation of continued employment. ...