The partners of Moulis Legal – Daniel Moulis, Shaun Creighton and Christopher Hewitt – are pleased to announce the transition of the firm to a new corporate structure.
Achieving success in a formal legal dispute is only half the battle. Despite a resounding legal victory in a court or arbitration, a business may still lose the war if they are not able to enforce their hard won judgment or award against the defeated party.
Our clients are often surprised to learn that their registered Australian trade marks do not apply in other countries. However, like other forms of registered intellectual property rights, it’s true - trade marks are only registered on a per country basis.
Evidence is crucial to success in any dispute, but there can be many hurdles in identifying and collecting the evidence which is necessary to prove a claim.
Property sale and leaseback, if structured and implemented properly, offers commercial benefits to seller/tenants and buyer/landlords alike.
Over half of Australian businesses are doing business overseas through trade, investment and cross-border transactions. The world has become much smaller and closer, and Australian businesses are now fully integrated as part of the greater Asian market.
Moulis Legal Chief Executive Suzanne Moulis (above, left) presented the inaugural Moulis Legal Award for Diversity to real estate development group Mirvac at the Property Council of Australia Innovation and Excellence Awards night on Friday 4 June.
Participants at Moulis Legal’s recent Property Business breakfast seminar were united in their concern and criticism of the present state of the law and administration of mixed-use development in Canberra.