Tell Me Law

Our Founder Mathew join SBS, NITV Radio in a series of talks to demystify some of the legal challenges faced by the community. 

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Startup Business Legal Essentials To Consider

If you are up and running with your new business, well done. It is an awesome achievement to have set a business vision of exactly what you want to achieve, who you want to serve and what success looks like for you and your team. It also means you will need to work...

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Temporary changes to statutory demands extended

Covid-19 has bought about many challenges for all of us in 2020 – and particularly, for businesses. The lockdowns and restrictions have forced many businesses to close or significantly change the way they do things. And the shutdown of industries such as travel and...

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Intellectual Property Law Rights 101

Your intellectual property (“IP”) is a significant asset and is important for your business.  So here, by reading this article, you can understand the legal rights available in terms of intellectual property law and whether or not you are searching for an article, we...

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Upcoming Events

IBA Startup workshop (Shepparton):

Feb 05 @ 9am-4pm …Details

Small Business Victoria workshops:

Nov 11 @ 6pm-9pm …Details

Small Business Victoria workshops:

Oct 22 @ 6pm-9pm …Details

Recent Episodes

Tell me Law - 4 with Fran O'Brien QC and Matthew Karakoulakis Source SBS

Tell Me Law - 5 with Daniel Dalli and Matthew Karakoulakis Source SBS

Tell Me Law - 6 Matthew unpacks the intricacies of defamation in the age of digital media.

Tell Me Law - 8 Matthew discuss the landmark Northen Territory of Australia v Griffiths [2019] HCA 7 case

Tell Me Law 11 - Matthew explore two separate but similar cases: Love vs Commonwealth of Australia and Thoms vs Commonwealth of Australia

Tell Me Law 12 - Matthew and Kristine Daw talking about tenders and how they are a major source of opportunities for Indigenous businesses.

Tell Me Law 14 - Legal implications unleashed by the Covid-19 pandemic on individuals and businesses