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Need a software reseller agreement?

If you own software, then chances are you have enlisted a third party to sell or license it. Hiring a third-party seller is an efficient way to get your product out there, however, a number of considerations need to be made for your protection.   What is a software reseller agreement? 

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Changes to the TGA Code – What you need to know.

​​If you’re selling health products or you’re an influencer who promotes these kinds of goods as part of your online partnerships, you may have come across the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code, more commonly known as TGA. This was first introduced in January 2022 to regulate the way that people advertise

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Doing business overseas? Here’s what you need to know.

eCommerce is growing consistently. The COVID-19 pandemic catapulted this growth even further, with brands seeing an increase in sales and growth. In a technology-driven world, it’s not uncommon for businesses to offer their products on the international market. However, with this kind of rapid online growth comes a lot of

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Digital Darwinism
How disruptive technology is changing business for good.

Changes in how people communicate, connect, and discover are carrying incredible implications for businesses. Gone are the days when the workplace was merely a physical space employee occupied during regular office hours. Today’s always-connected, instant-access environment has blurred the lines between the physical office and the place where work actually happens.

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contractor agreement
What defines a contractor?

The High Court of Australia handed down decisions in two cases regarding the distinction between independent contractors and employees last month.  The appeals: Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union vs Personnel Contracting Pty Ltd [2022] HCA 1 (Personnel Contracting), and  ZG Operations Australia Pty Ltd vs Jamsek [2022] HCA

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Staff shortages. Business closed sign on door
Employment Law and COVID-19

Depending on your organisation, you and your team may be working remotely, running staggered rosters, or working modified duties on site. These changes, coupled with the ongoing health and economic threat of the pandemic, can have a significant impact on employer and employee wellbeing, and on a business in general.

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Clearpoint legal topics you should be reviewing in your business for 2022
Commercial Legal Tactics for 2022

Whatever stage you’re at in your 2022 business plan, don’t overlook legal. Legal advice is a powerful tool to help your business gain an advantage. Businesses that incorporate legal tactics into their strategies can proactively address challenges, drive growth and minimise risk. As commercial lawyers, the team at Clearpoint Legal

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Get the structure of your business right from the start

The structure of your business will have a flow-on effect to multiple facets of your operations; from hiring employees to having the ability to scale up as your business grows. Choosing a business structure will depend on the size of your business, the type of business and how you would

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Need a software reseller agreement?

If you own software, then chances are you have enlisted a third party to sell or license it. Hiring a third-party seller is an efficient way to get your product out there, however, a number of considerations need to be made for your protection.   What is a software reseller agreement? 

READ MORE >
Changes to the TGA Code – What you need to know.

​​If you’re selling health products or you’re an influencer who promotes these kinds of goods as part of your online partnerships, you may have come across the Therapeutic Goods Advertising Code, more commonly known as TGA. This was first introduced in January 2022 to regulate the way that people advertise

READ MORE >
Doing business overseas? Here’s what you need to know.

eCommerce is growing consistently. The COVID-19 pandemic catapulted this growth even further, with brands seeing an increase in sales and growth. In a technology-driven world, it’s not uncommon for businesses to offer their products on the international market. However, with this kind of rapid online growth comes a lot of

READ MORE >
Digital Darwinism
How disruptive technology is changing business for good.

Changes in how people communicate, connect, and discover are carrying incredible implications for businesses. Gone are the days when the workplace was merely a physical space employee occupied during regular office hours. Today’s always-connected, instant-access environment has blurred the lines between the physical office and the place where work actually happens.

READ MORE >
contractor agreement
What defines a contractor?

The High Court of Australia handed down decisions in two cases regarding the distinction between independent contractors and employees last month.  The appeals: Construction, Forestry, Maritime, Mining and Energy Union vs Personnel Contracting Pty Ltd [2022] HCA 1 (Personnel Contracting), and  ZG Operations Australia Pty Ltd vs Jamsek [2022] HCA

READ MORE >
Staff shortages. Business closed sign on door
Employment Law and COVID-19

Depending on your organisation, you and your team may be working remotely, running staggered rosters, or working modified duties on site. These changes, coupled with the ongoing health and economic threat of the pandemic, can have a significant impact on employer and employee wellbeing, and on a business in general.

READ MORE >
Clearpoint legal topics you should be reviewing in your business for 2022
Commercial Legal Tactics for 2022

Whatever stage you’re at in your 2022 business plan, don’t overlook legal. Legal advice is a powerful tool to help your business gain an advantage. Businesses that incorporate legal tactics into their strategies can proactively address challenges, drive growth and minimise risk. As commercial lawyers, the team at Clearpoint Legal

READ MORE >
Get the structure of your business right from the start

The structure of your business will have a flow-on effect to multiple facets of your operations; from hiring employees to having the ability to scale up as your business grows. Choosing a business structure will depend on the size of your business, the type of business and how you would

READ MORE >