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Cutting Ties With Your Supplier? Here’s How to End on Good Terms
Most businesses are dependant on suppliers. Having a good relationship with your supplier is important every step of the way - here's how to do it.
How to Notify Customers of a Data Breach Under the GDPR
Not sure whether you need to notify your customers of a data breach under the GDPR? Read on to learn about your responsibilities under the Act.
What is the Purpose of Workers’ Compensation and Injury Management? (2019 Update)
If you're an employer, it's crucial that you know how to manage workers' compensation and injuries in the workplace. Read this guide to find out more.
How to Work as a Freelance Web Developer
Becoming a freelancer will give you more power over your working conditions. Find out how you can become a freelance web developer.
Legal Considerations to Make Before Becoming a Contractor
Becoming a contractor provides a lot of flexibility and in return requires a lot of responsibility. Read on to find out how you can ensure that you are legally compliant as a contractor.
How to Start a Massage Therapy Business
Want to start your own massage therapy business? Read this article to find out what you'll need and how you can get started.
Is It Legal to Sell Data Under the GDPR?
The GDPR protects European citizens data rights through privacy laws, which impacts a company's ability to sell their data. Our article breaks down the law.
What Business Structure Should My Joint Venture Be?
Interested in how business structures such as joint ventures work? Want to know whether your business will suit a joint venture? keep reading for more.
What is Value Investing?
Value investing is an investment strategy for buying stocks. Read this article to find out how it works and how to do it the right way.
What is a Corporate Partnership?
A corporate partnership can be a mutually beneficial relationship. In this article, we break down what this partnership entails, and its benefits.
What is a Purchase Money Security Interest (PMSI)?
Are you in the business of lending, leasing or loaning to other businesses? Purchase money security interests (also known as PMSIs) will protect your security in collateral in case things go wrong.
What’s the Difference Between a Business Partner and a Co-Founder?
A co-founder and a business partner may sound like similar roles, but in reality they are very different. Read about it in this article.
How to Start a Data Entry Business
Thinking about starting a data entry business? Read this guide to find out what this type of business involves and how you can get started.
Lawpath Goes Platinum (100,000 Users!)
We've helped 100,000 Australians do legal differently. To celebrate this milestone, we're proud to reflect on our story so far - and what's up next.
5 Tips When Entering Into an Agreement With a Client
Entering an agreement with a new client is an exciting time. In this article, we break down five key tips to ensure the relationship is successful.
Why Do You Need Contracts for Freelance Services?
Freelancers need contracts to ensure their business is successful. Our article breaks down what can go wrong without a contract, and why you need one.
How Does the GDPR Differ From Australian Privacy Law?
Understanding the differences between GDPR and Australian Privacy Law is important for Australian businesses. Read about them here.
What business structure is right for you?
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Having the correct documents is essential to getting your business off to the right start. Read our comprehensive guide to find out what you'll need.
If you run an online business in Australia, it's likely that you will have to comply with the GDPR. Read about what that means here.
Want to protect the most valuable assets your business owns? Find out how to design and implement an effective IP strategy in this eGuide.
On probation but want to resign? Although probationary periods are common when starting a new job, the notice you are required to give when leaving varies.
Running a business inevitably involves spending money. If you want to raise money for your business, this eBook will show you how.