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On the Beat with Teddington Legal

As the CEO of a virtual legal practice which offers legal professionals a more flexible and alternative career path, I meet many legal professional people with real challenges, to find out more https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/opinion/20920-on-the-legal-beat


Firms urged to redesign business model

Law firms are being encouraged to re-evaluate core parts of their business model to capture new opportunities making their way into the legal market.  To read on https://www.lawyersweekly.com.au/newlaw/20862-firms-urged-to-redesign-business-model


Confusion, anxiety now the norm on permanent residency

A specialist SME lawyer says it’s not just the short-term impacts of the 457 visas changes that are creating confusion for business owners. To continue reading https://www.mybusiness.com.au/growth/3010-confusion-anxiety-now-the-norm-on-permanent-residencyhttps:/www.mybusiness.com.au/growth/3010-confusion-anxiety-now-the-norm-on-permanent-residency


Curly legal questions on HR explained

A number of employment matters and HR issues can have disastrous consequences for a business if not handled correctly. My Business speaks with specialist SME law firm Teddington Legal about how to solve some of the trickiest legal issues in business. To continue reading… https://www.mybusiness.com.au/podcasts/2996-curly-legal-questions-on-hr-explained-mark-gardiner-and-nicole-billett-teddington-legal


Privacy Act changes on the way!

Unlike many other jurisdictions, Australia does not currently have a mandatory data breach notification regime (ie legal requirements imposed on organisations to notify impacted individuals and/or relevant regulators where personal information an organisation holds about an individual is subject to a data breach or other similar incident). In February this year, the Privacy Amendment (Notifiable […]