+613 9629 9629

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Level 2, 91 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

Corporate Law

Corporate Law

Our Corporate Lawyers provide valuable advice and transactional services to private and listed SMEs to ensure your business can operate as smoothly as possible. We acknowledge the complexity behind establishing and running a business in the 21st Century. More than ever, it is important for business leaders to understand and act on intricate regulatory requirements.

We can assist with:Corporate Lawyers Melbourne | Lewis Holdway Lawyers
•    Corporate governance
•    Capital raising
•    Commercial negotiations
•    Sale and purchase agreements
•    Company law
•    PPS law
•    Trusts
•    Structuring
•    Regulatory compliance

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As always has been a pleasure doing business with you and the team at Lewis Holdway. I think that you’ve set a new bar of professionalism for the other parties counsel, who recognised your thoroughness and attention to detail.

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+613 9629 9629

+613 9629 9630

corporate@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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Avoiding the Storm: the kind of breaches of director’s duties that ASIC eyes

December 15, 2016

By Caroline James Where a director breaches his or her duties as prescribed in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) (“the Act”), the shareholders of the company are usually the victims, which means that the duty is owed to the company. As a result of this, ASIC will usually prosecute the directors for such breaches if…

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Mandatory Reporting of Privacy Breaches

June 3, 2016

If you are a business that has a turnover of more than $3 million, there are changes being proposed that may affect the way you deal with and handle breaches of privacy. Currently, the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) does not require mandatory reporting if there has been a privacy breach. The current legislation protects personal…

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