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Business Law
Business Law
Helping you with the day-to-day issues that arise while running a business.

Business Law

Our business lawyers maintain a close working relationship with a wide variety of businesses to avoid any disputes that arise, and deal with them swiftly and practically if they do. When it comes to running a business, legal issues are often the norm rather than the exception.

“It’s always a pleasure speaking with you…I certainly feel indebted for all your help and assistance (and patience!).”

As an accountant and financial planner over the last 27 years I’ve dealt with many law firms, all with varying degrees of service and knowledge.  Lewis Holdway Lawyers and in particular, Peter North and Caroline James, who handled our Trademark work were extraordinary.  They had a great process in looking after us and our work, and it gave me a lot of confidence and made me feel at ease.  Our brand is protected and we are powering on!

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+613 9629 9629

+613 9629 9630

business@lewisholdway.com.au

Level 2, 91 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

P.O. Box 138, Collins Street West, Victoria 8007

DX Mail: DX 650 Melbourne

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (‘ACCC’) is urging businesses to review any ‘country of origin’ claims that they have made to ensure compliance with the Australian Consumer Law (‘ACL’). The ACL contains prohibitions against misleading and deceptive conduct generally, and also specifically in relation to the place of origin of goods and the nature,…

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Provisions in the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) which prohibited large businesses from charging excessive surcharges for processing credit card, debit card or EFTPOS transactions have been extended to apply to any business that is either located in Australia or uses an Australian bank. This change came into effect on 1 September 2017. The…

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