Federal police charge RAMS founder with fraud

In a recent media release, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) said that the charges follow a complex 8 year investigation, although it did not identify Mr Kinghorn by name, instead referring to “a 76-year-old Sydney man”. It will be alleged in court that Mr Kinghorn fraudulently concealed his beneficial ownership and control of corporate entities,…

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Boutique Law Firms are better

  In recent years, there has been a growing recognition by the wider community and the legal industry that when it comes to legal disputes, many small firms can operate effectively in the same space as much larger big-brand firms and at a fraction of the cost. There appears to be a number of factors…

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Directors and managers are not immune from the Fair Work Ombudsman

Fair Work Ombudsman initiated proceedings: Directors and managers are not immune from the Fair Work Ombudsman The Fair Work Ombudsman is a statutory office established under the Fair Work Act. It has a number of functions, including: Promoting harmonious, productive and cooperative workplace relations and compliance with Commonwealth workplace laws and instruments; Helping parties attempt…

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How can I reduce my legal costs?

Being involved in a legal proceeding is often highly emotional and financially taxing; but by following our top 5 tips for reducing your legal fees, you can worry about one less thing. 5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Your Legal Fees   Be organised   Before your initial consultation with your solicitor, have in…

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