Don’t Go Broke when Costs Rise and Your Price Review Clause just doesn’t Stand Up

Steven Brown, Etienne Lawyers “The price is subject to review as costs increase” and “the parties must meet and agree on a revised price” are not enforceable price review clauses. Price review clauses are used to adjust the price or Continue reading Don’t Go Broke when Costs Rise and Your Price Review Clause just doesn’t Stand Up

Who is Watching You? Hacks are turning your wireless IP surveillance cameras against you?

Bekir Kilic, Managing Director, PRO IT Pty Limited Thousands of wireless IP cameras are vulnerable to remote attacks. At a recent security conference, researchers showed how to exploit the devices in “To Watch or Be Watched: Turning Your Surveillance Camera Continue reading Who is Watching You? Hacks are turning your wireless IP surveillance cameras against you?

Search Engine Optimisation – A Misunderstood Term & Service

Daniel Moisyeyev, B.IT, GWP Media Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is one of the most popular buzzwords in the marketing industry. It is also one of the most misunderstood terms, very much overused and often incorrectly implemented. In this article I Continue reading Search Engine Optimisation – A Misunderstood Term & Service

SMEs – Are You Aiming to Thrive or Aiming to Survive! Key Challenges

Bruce Gleeson, FCA – Principal, Jones Partners Insolvency & Business Recovery As an Insolvency Practitioner, I get an invaluable insight regarding the key challenges and differences that enables some SMEs to thrive, as opposed to those that are simply aiming Continue reading SMEs – Are You Aiming to Thrive or Aiming to Survive! Key Challenges

Bankruptcy and the Family Home Part 2 – The Doctrine of Exoneration

Bruce Gleeson, FCA – Principal, Jones Partners Insolvency & Business Recovery In the July-August issue I wrote about bankruptcy and the family home and typically what happens when an individual enters into bankruptcy and has an ownership interest in the Continue reading Bankruptcy and the Family Home Part 2 – The Doctrine of Exoneration