David Atkins

Lawyer

Born in Sydney, raised and educated in Hong Kong, David is a bright and enthusiastic individual with highly effective communication and interpersonal skills. Motivated by challenge, David is an astute and dedicated worker who strives to achieve the best outcomes for clients.

David Atkins

Born in Sydney, raised and educated in Hong Kong, David is a bright and enthusiastic individual with highly effective communication and interpersonal skills. Motivated by challenge, David is an astute and dedicated worker who strives to achieve the best outcomes for clients.

David completed a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) at the University of the Sunshine Coast in 2020. David maintained part-time employment throughout his studies, working for a family-owned company where, in his tenure, he progressed from bartending to management, then on to assistant accountant at head office level. 

David joined Sajen Legal to pursue his passion for the law. Sajen Legal’s commitment to providing excellent business and legal services affords David a unique opportunity to draw on his other areas of study and experience, and apply these to the areas of commercial litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency. David’s eagerness for continued learning and development, his personable nature and attrition in the face of challenges make him a great addition to the litigation team at Sajen Legal and a strong advocate for clients.

Qualifications:

  • Admission as a Solicitor in the Supreme Court of Queensland;
  • Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice;
  • Bachelor of Laws;
  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting).
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Company Directors, please take a number

If you are a director of a company, you need to obtain your unique Director Identification Number by 30 November 2022. New laws came into effect on 1 November 2021, through reforms to Part 9.1A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (the Act), which make it mandatory for company directors to apply for individual identification continue reading

COVID, Floods, War… Recent events that might leave you contractually liable if not for force majeure

COVID-19 demonstrated that unforeseen events can and will occur that significantly affect businesses across all industries. Such events not only have the capacity to impact business financial performance but may also have consequences on all parties’ contractual rights and obligations in business dealings. There may have never been a better example of extenuating circumstances making continue reading

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