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The Oyster Podcast: Why Your Business Needs Contracts

The Oyster Podcast:  Why Your Business Needs Contracts

Let's bypass the legal lingo and get right to the point. What do contracts actually do in the everyday running of a business? What happens in typical business situations when a contract isn't in place? Are they really worth the money? Find out all of this and more by tuning in to Jessica Kinny’s guest appearance on The Oyster.

"We trust each other... why do we need a Shareholder Agreement?"

"We trust each other... why do we need a Shareholder Agreement?"

Shareholder Agreements are essential when setting up a company with someone else. If that “someone else” is a friend, family member or someone you trust… in some ways, it can be even more important to have a Shareholder Agreement. Click here to find out why a Shareholder Agreement is the best investment you can make in your business venture.

Website dangers & why we are giving your small business a freebie

Website dangers & why we are giving your small business a freebie

A robust cease and desist letter can be a powerful tool to protect your rights without incurring the cost and inconvenience of litigation.  But, you should not send a cease and desist letter without proper legal foundation and it is important to get the content right as the letter may be used as evidence in future legal proceedings (for or against you!).

Jessica Kinny recognised in Doyle's Guide to Leading Health & Aged Care Lawyers – New South Wales, 2019

Jessica Kinny recognised in Doyle's Guide to Leading Health & Aged Care Lawyers – New South Wales, 2019

We are delighted to announce that Jessica Kinny, Solicitor Director of Kinny Legal, has been listed as a Recommended Lawyer in the Doyle's Guide to Leading Health & Aged Care Lawyers – New South Wales, 2019 .

Can I send a cease and desist letter?

Can I send a cease and desist letter?

A robust cease and desist letter can be a powerful tool to protect your rights without incurring the cost and inconvenience of litigation.  But, you should not send a cease and desist letter without proper legal foundation and it is important to get the content right as the letter may be used as evidence in future legal proceedings (for or against you!).

Dignity of risk under the new Aged Care Quality Standards

Dignity of risk under the new Aged Care Quality Standards

Dignity of risk has been a recognised an essential part of consumer directed care for some time in the aged care industry, and is now a requirement under Standard 1 of the new Aged Care Quality Standards (the new Standards).  This means that, from 1 July 2019, aged care providers must be able to provide that they are providing care and services in a way that facilitates consumer choice, including choices to take risk.  But what does this mean for your aged care facility?  And how can you facilitate consumer risk taking without exposing your own aged care facility to unwanted risk?