MSI Update from McKinley Plowman – May 2016
The May 2016 edition of the MSI Newsletter features an article on the opportunities in crowdfunding for start-ups in Australia, as well as an article that covers the anticipated changes in New Zealand’s policies on trust and properties that will affect foreign investors.
Adelaide-based lawyers Katherine Vincent and Johnston Withers writes an article that reminds all businesses involved with handling food, including places like cinemas, local charities hosting trade fairs, and even petrol stations (particularly those in South Australia) that they must strictly comply with the Food Safety Standards.
Finally, this newsletter also features an article about the future of General Practice and how medical practitioners can maintain their financial viability and be able to adapt to the changes in the nature of their practice.
Click here to read the full articles.
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