BUSINESS Law

We know Australian business laws. 
 
We have sound experience across a range of industries and offer practical legal solutions to individuals, small businesses, SMEs, franchisees and franchisors.
 
Shire Legal can assist clients with all types of legal issues arising in a business context, such as:
Our business legal services help get startups and microbusinesses off to a good start and help nurture and sustain established businesses and corporate enterprises. 
 
Our business clients include:
  • food manufacturers
  • specialist bakeries
  • glass merchants
  • residential and commercial builders
  • printers
  • technology suppliers
  • clothing manufacturers and wholesalers
  • national distribution chains
  • importers
  • retailers
  • travel, transport and tourism operators
  • real estate agencies
  • plumbers
  • hairdressers
  • restaurants
  • cafes
  • fast food chains
  • bulk hire equipment
  • commercial building owners
  • strata managers
  • fitness trainers
  • mechanics
  • dance schools
  • talent agencies
  • chiropractors
  • physiotherapists
  • medical practitioners
  • freight forwarders
To read our blogs on business law, click here.
 
Sound legal advice for small and big business.
Arrange a confidential appointment or read what our clients say here.
 
Online resources for small businesses:
ACCC Unfair Contract Terms: New protection for small businesses
 
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Be careful when you use the word ANZAC | 24.04.2018

On this eve of Anzac Day, we thought it was appropriate to look at the word ANZAC and the legal implications of using the word when naming a product, event or...

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Sham contracting - are you a contractor or an employee? | 23.03.2018

There are significant financial and managerial benefits for businesses relying on a workforce which consists of independent contractors (who can be engaged as...

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Getting out of a partnership - the importance of the partnership agreement | 15.11.2017

A recent Supreme Court decision (Cole v Lee [2017] NSWSC 1011) has highlighted the importance of having a Partnership Agreement and following the provisions o...

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