Digital Age Lawyers is committed to empowering businesses to protect their assets in the digital age. We are proactive advisors who check in with you and your business on a regular basis so we can put our legal minds to work to help you grow your business, helping you take the best-calculated risks so you can receive the biggest rewards. We don’t just prepare a set of legal documents for you and send you on your way until something happens.At Digital Age Lawyers, you deal with the lawyer who has the experience of big firms but with the heart of a small firm. Throughout the life of your business, things change. You change; your assets change; your business changes; the law will definitely change. We are here to help you navigate those changes.
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Protecting your online business with water tight terms and conditions
Do you have Terms and conditions on your website? Water tight and well written terms and... read more
Understanding your role as the director of a company
As the director of a company, you have the responsibility to fulfill certain obligations and... read more
Understanding Your Role as a Director in a Company
A company director has a business role very similar to a parent's - she navigates the direction,... read more
SMEs and the Law: Protecting your online reputation
The Internet has provided an information- sharing arena where neither time nor space is a barrier.... read more
Advertising and promotion for your new online business
When advertising and promoting your online business, you should bear in mind that there are legal... read more
SMEs and the Law - Legal Issues for an Online Business
Online businesses are increasingly popular but it's important to make sure that you are on the... read more
Company vs Sole Trader: 13 Things to Consider When Choosing a Business Structure
Your business structure is the first and maybe most important decision you need to make when... read more
Five Key Steps to Boost your Business on Social Media
Social media is the new big thing in marketing! It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t use social... read more
The 8 Types of Business Tax in Australia (and How to Pay Business Taxes)
There are four business types in Australia: sole trader partnership, company and trust. The... read more
The Top Four Things To Consider Before Entering A Commercial Lease
If you own a business, chances are you may need to consider entering into a commercial lease. So... read more
What Should You Include in Your Social Media Policy?
No matter if your business is on social media or not, your employees and partners most probably... read more
Hi Jess - it is important that you have enforceable clear contracts with your customers. The agreement needs to set out who is responsible for what, when and how plus liability issues. Not sure where people get the idea that it is...
there are a number of legal strategies you can use, including but not limited to:1. write requesting that he cease and desist2. it is misleading and deceptive conduct3. breach of copyright (maybe)All have damages attached - good way to get him to...
Employment contracts are a must in today’s business environment. Anyone who is engaged in your business should have a contract. Whilst there are templates, these are generally not adequate for today’s world as they...
This is a scenario that I go through with my clients all the time.it is just as much a commercial decision as a legal one.There are a number of factors to consider:1. Your time and money - plus the emotional cost2. Whether the other party has funds...
Unfortunately this question is too board for me to answer because it would depend on the business you are operating. Which raises a good point about relying upon information found on the internet or via google search, it is not the same of obtaining...
Bryan v Howard in the Family Court about using social media to serve documents which is now allowed under the Family Court Rules. Also recently researched for a client the legal issues surrounding the obtaining of information from facebook accounts...
Bitcoin is not considered money. however it can be used to pay an employee via a valid salary sacrifice scheme but it will be subject to Fringe Benefits Tax Assessment Act.
Mine is Macdonalds vs McWilliams Wines under the previous s52 of the Trade Practices Act that is now s18 of the Australian Consumer Law, about whether a person is confused between a one litre bottle of red wine called the Big Mac and a hamburger by...
From the legal aspect* failing to set up the structure of their business appropriately, that is not understanding that the debts of a sole trader and partnership are personal debts, not business debts. The only structure that provides protection is...
Yes a well worded disclaimer clause that is clearly stated will be enforceable. There are a number of different types of disclaimers or exclusion clauses. One type you have identified is on the bottom of emails but they are also found in most...
Hi Jeff,In a general sense yes HR issues are tied to legal issues. For example I have a client who wanted to dismiss an employee via text message, which is a legal issue and could end up with your company being sued for unfair dismissal. It is...
It is very important that you remind online retailing is still covered by Australian Consumer Law and you have the same responsibilities as a retailer with a physical location. You still have to give refunds and ensure the goods as safe for use.
You need to be aware of your obligations under Australian Consumer Law relating to consumer guarantees. I suggest you visit the ACCC website about consumer guarantees and when extended guarantees are illegal. Under Australian Consumer Law there is...