The big challenge for management is business development – to successfully commercialise and implement these innovative solutions.
We would be happy to assist by joining your project management team. For example, we can help you manage software development projects. This area of law requires advanced technical and commercial experience, and lack of it can have serious legal and financial consequences.
Technical specifications will need to describe software and computer systems in detail, both functional and technical. In many contracts, they are the most important terms and they need to be absolutely clear.
We can set clear product objectives, write specifications and negotiate business savvy agreements with software developers and providers.
Our advice: the best way to avoid arguments about software is to avoid unequal expectations. Clearly drafted contracts prevent disputes – at least good ones do. They prevent lawsuits!
Clients use our services in finding strategic solutions to all manner of commercial transactions and disputes, the formation of companies and trusts, shareholders agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, syndicates, arbitration, commercial licensing, franchising, agency and distribution agreements, government procurement, tenders, export permits and corporate finance.
In addition, we can act as advocates and negotiators in most projects, raise funds, and manage confidential investigations, compliance matters, probity checks and due diligence.
Help with Government Grants and Assistance
The Federal and State governments of Australia offer programmes that are designed to help Australian businesses of all sizes and industries improve productivity and competitiveness, and create jobs.
The programmes include incentives for research and development, support for small businesses and start-ups, tax and duty concessions, export market development and assistance for industries in transition.
Are you eligible?
We offer unbiased advice to help eligible entrepreneurs with their pursuit of funding. We help you locate the grants and assistance programmes most relevant to your business as part of our legal and financial services.
Great entrepreneurial opportunities are fleeting; those who want to pursue that hot start-up idea must put everything into it.
Much talent and tenacity will be required to succeed. We have started several successful businesses from scratch and we would like to offer practical support and share our (good and bad) experiences in project management with you.
Our (not for profit) Start Up Survival Guide is offered on a monthly subscription basis, subject to availability. It includes practical information and mentoring you won’t find elsewhere.
You receive One-on-One confidential consultations (by phone and online) with an experienced business lawyer and entrepeneur, together with online access to a library of legal precedents and documents as required.
The guide covers typical start-up topics, including, but not limited to:
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