Recently Wilson Haynes sponsored a workshop at the Currumbin RSL titled, “Surviving your own ambition in business.”
It was a joint initiative of our firm and the Advisory Board Centre, with whom our principal, Jim Wilson, is accredited as a Certified Chair of business Advisory Boards.
Here Jim is with presenter, Jan Easton, the COO of the Advisory Board Centre and Wayne (Rabbit) Bartholomew AM, who was guest speaker. Rabbit focused on the role of Advisory Boards in getting started the ASP World Tour of which he was inaugural President and then CEO for 5 years and the role of the community advisory board for the Tweed River Entrance Sand Bypass Project. Rabbit’s speech was on point about how advisory boards work around the World in the many different cultures that make up the now world surfing sport business.
So you want to litigate as a plaintiff or a defendant?
Litigation can be emotionally driven, rather than commercially-based, which is not a good basis for success.
Read about the practicalities of litigation, whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant by clicking here.
Giving your solicitor proper instructions will make for a good Will.
Read more about Will instructions here.
Our last newsletter referred to these as constitutional documents.
Read about the content of shareholders’ agreements here.
WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES
Officers of companies and businesses and sporting clubs need to be aware of their responsibilities under Work Health and Safety legislation.
Significant penalties can apply if the legislation is breached due to the officer/s not properly identifying, updating and educating workers and other participants on work sites.
Read more about it here.
PROPERTY & CONVEYANCING
All purchasers, particularly those from Queensland buying in New South Wales need to be aware of the different procedures and what is and is not of the essence.
Read more about how a Queensland purchaser lost his deposit in a New South Wales purchase transaction that did not proceed, by clicking here.