Happy New Year!

January 11, 2017 Happy New Year! We are back at work and ready to make some positive change for existing and new clients!

Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2016 Merry Christmas everyone! Keep the holidays safe and legal  (“,)

Dominic Green in Dynamic Business on Intellectual Property

August 8, 2016 Today an article featuring our Principal was published in Dynamic Business. It includes some tips startups should know in order to safeguard their intellectual property.

Constructive Dismissal: Why Your Resignation May Not Leave You Snookered

June 30, 2016 Recently we have been seeing a rise in higher-end employment disputes involving employees who have resigned in precarious circumstances, and often abruptly. Typically, the employee has reached the point where they simply cannot take it anymore, and has resigned before discussing and solidifying their payout. The employer will then shut them down […]

AVOs and Child Custody – How to Avoid the Death of the Family Unit

May 19, 2016 Family law is not a practice area in which we actively seek work. It is no secret that it is an emotionally-charged area that is usually far from pleasant. However, we do undertake work on family law issues, for our long-term clients and when other criminal, corporate or business matters require it. […]

Class Action Victory for Green & Associates Solicitors Against Willmott Forests & CBA!

April 6, 2016 In July 2015 we posted about our involvement in the ongoing investor class action against Willmott Forests and CBA and their failed MIS scheme in the Federal Court. We represent one of several investors in the ongoing class action objecting to settlement being pushed by those entities and the way the matter […]

String-Stretching in the Workplace: Your Boss’ Sway Over Your Startup Idea

March 30, 2016 For whatever reason, we’ve witnessed an increasing tendency for people to abandon the daily employment grind and chase the dream of self-employment with their own startup. While this can of course lead to a fulfilling and happy life, it’s more often much easier said than done, as an employer can be left […]

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: Dealing with Foreign Estates

March 10, 2016 We deal with matters involving deceased estates regularly, from disputes over inheritances, such as family provision claims, through to uncontested probate and administration matters. While matters of this nature are relatively straightforward, often there are larger issues within those matters that must be dealt with before a resolution can be achieved. One […]

Teaching Defiant Dogs New Tricks – Contempt and Contraventions

February 11, 2016 Most of you probably have your own idea of what contempt is and how it would play out in Court. Perhaps Jim Carey in Liar Liar, copping a blasting for telling an inconvenient truth, or Harvey Specter in Suits getting threatened for flagrantly embarrassing a lesser skilled judge. Because of these traditional […]

When You’re Not in Kansas Anymore: Beware the Force of Jurisdictional Error

January 7, 2016 We were successful several times last year, and again on Monday, having cases dismissed summarily on the first Court date. Ordinarily, it is more difficult to have a case determined early, and nowhere near as quick as the first Court date, plus there are several procedural steps to be taken. Think of […]