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Complete legal advice from the initial phase when you are starting a business through to the stage when you are ready to grow or sell it.

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Don’t let disputes distract you or damage your business relationships. Let us resolve them in a timely, commercially sensible and cost-effective way.

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We can assist you to protect and commercialise your intellectual property, so that others cannot use it without your consent or without paying for it.

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Accurate legal advice to employers and employees on a full range of employment law matters to ensure your rights are protected.

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Maximise what your beneficiaries will inherit. Put in place the most relevant and cost-effective asset protection solutions to limit or avoid legal complications.

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Why Choose Tait & Co?

When you engage Tait & Co, you can expect the following:

  • A team with over 20 years’ legal experience.
  • Reliable and trustworthy professionals.
  • A personalised service that tirelessly advocates for you.
  • Attentive representation, whether the matter is simple or complex.
  • Prompt, efficient and accurate legal advice.
  • Guidance to navigate all legal processes and the law.
  • Solutions that reflect your needs, goals and objectives.
  • Protection for your business, wealth and loved ones.
  • Solutions that make the justice system work for you.
  • All matters resolved efficiently and cost-effectively.

Plus, where possible, we help resolve disputes outside of the court system, as that usually gives you the optimum outcome.

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Unfair dismissal at the end of a fixed term contract

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Fixed-term employment contracts are common in many workplaces. Understandably, most employers consider they would be protected from an unfair dismissal claim once the term ends. However, in Saeid Khayam v Navitas English Pty Ltd t/a...

Disputes and the Australian Taxation Office

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Given the complexity of the taxation regime and the requirement for taxpayers to initially self-assess their liabilities, disputes between taxpayers and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will inevitably arise from time to time. If you...

Understanding a company charge and the PPSA

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Essentially, a company charge is a security interest held by a lender over the personal property of a company. The charge is given by the company (the chargor) to the lender (the chargee) to secure...

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