WHAT’S HAPPENING AT TLB LAW & CO APRIL 2022

New name, new brand, new website

You may have noticed that in addition to a new website, we’ve also changed our name. The name change is consistent with the URL we’ve always had and as most people already refer to us as TLB LAW, it was clear that the name was a logical transition.  You’ll also notice that with the name change comes a new brand.

We’d love to hear what you think.

Team promotion

Ellie Wolfenden has been promoted to Associate at TLB LAW & CO.

Ellie is known for her hard work and commitment to achieving our clients’ success. Ellie’s understanding and clear approach to commercial and employment matters is often sought out by our clients.

Ellie has extensive experience in employment law, corporations law and debt collection matters, particularly in the trade & transport space. She has a keen interest in corporations’ law and international trade and transport disputes with a solid understanding of Australian Modern Slavery legislation.

TLB LAW & CO’s newest team member

Our newest team member, Angelica Tufuga, joins us as a trainee legal assistant. Angelica will be supporting the team so that we can continue to deliver great customer service to our clients. We’re very happy to have Angelica on board with us.

Legal Update – Queensland introduces permanent signing measures from 30 April 2022

From 30 April 2022 the Queensland temporary COVID-19 electronic signing and remote witnessing measures will become permanent.

Have you applied for your Director Identification Number?

Director Identification Numbers are required to be held by directors of Australian companies, in a measure aimed at preventing fraudulent or false director identities and addressing illegal phoenixing by enabling regulators to trace the history of directors across multiple entities. Failure to apply by the required deadline attracts criminal penalties. Read more here.

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