Identifying and Countering Misleading Information in a Telemarketing Deal

Telemarketing is an evolving industry. It has undergone tremendous changes over the years, necessitating adjustments with regards to policies and technological approach of the business. Among notable changes taking place around the globe is a more stringent approach to law enforcement. In Australia, the Australian Communication and Media Authority (ACMA) and the Australian Competition and continue reading

The Right Advice

Businesses and individuals contract or employ other professionals to provide guidance.  They use their services to assist in business growth, create and implement day-to-day operations, navigate competition and overcome the unfortunate occurrence of disputes.  Professional advice has a number of typical sources. It may come from internal personnel or from external individuals or organisations. There’s continue reading

Goods and Services – Terms of Trade

Terms of Trade are the terms and conditions on which a business sells goods and services to customers and on which they buy goods and services from suppliers.  These terms form the basis for the trading relationships for all businesses.  If a business is the supplier of goods or services then it should have written continue reading

Shareholder Disputes – A Case Study

Article originally posted on LinkedIn. Disputes among company shareholders are not just common, they should be seen as almost inevitable. This is not to take a negative view of human nature but merely to state the facts. Management and strategy questions can be difficult. People often disagree on fundamental business choices. Work and personal life continue reading

How do you determine if a company is insolvent?

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The answer to the question “How do you determine if a company is insolvent?” is important because there are serious consequences for a director if debts are incurred after the company has become insolvent, including civil penalties, compensation proceedings and criminal charges. However, it is often difficult to know when a company has crossed the continue reading

Personal Liability for Company Directors

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A company is an association incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the ‘Act’). The effect of incorporation gives the company a separate entity, distinct from its directors and shareholders. It can enter into contracts, sue and be sued in its own right. The Australian Investment and Securities Commission (ASIC) is the Government body authorised continue reading

Directors’ Responsibilities – what are they?

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A company is an association incorporated under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the ‘Act’). The effect of incorporation gives the company a separate entity, distinct from its directors and shareholders. It can enter into contracts, sue and be sued in its individual right. The Australian Investment and Securities Commission (ASIC) is the Government body authorised continue reading

Corporate Governance – what is it?

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In recent times the term corporate governance, and the increasingly popular good corporate governance, appear to be regular topics of discussion both in the media and the general population. These terms are regularly used when considering the actions of a wide range of companies from very small local companies through to global organisations such as continue reading

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