Privacy Law Reform Fines up to $1.7M
Stacey Grose Director
phone: 03 5333 8807
I seek to build strong and long standing relationships with my clients through mutual respect and plain language. Like Albert Einstein once said "If you can't explain it simply, then you don't understand it well enough!"
Stacey graduated from Latrobe University with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Arts (Linguistics). Stacey joined BJT Legal as an Articled Clerk in 2006. She was appointed as a Director of the firm in 2012 and now leads the Business Law Team. She is an Accredited Business Law Specialist.
Stacey is a Director of several commercial, nonprofit, and national enterprises. This equips her with a personal appreciation for the need to be thorough, straight talking and well-rounded.
She has a particular interest in translating complex legal structures or commercial proposals into simple, everyday language. She obtains the trust of her clients by working with them to build successful businesses that minimise risk and avoid costly litigation.
Her areas of expertise include all areas of business law, with a particular focus on:
• Business Law
• Business Structures and Succession Planning
• Commercial Property and Leasing
• Company Law
• Hospitality and Tourism
• Intellectual Property
• Nonprofit Organisations
• Taxation and Superannuation
Council Member - Federation University Australia
Director and Company Secretary – United Way Australia
Director - Art Gallery of Ballarat
Board Member - Ballarat Regional Tourism
Member – Law Institute of Victoria
Member – Victorian Women Lawyers
Member – Ballarat District Law Association
Member – Old Ivanhoe Grammarians Association
Stacey Grose's Blog
Agents, brokers, vendors and purchasers need to be careful when drafting and signing Heads of Agreement. Recent cases suggest that the execution of a Heads of Agreement may trigger a disposal for the purpose of CGT event A1.
Are you buying or selling a business and applying the going concern concession?
Are you using the the new Retail Lease Disclosure Statements?
Due to recent legislative changes, many incorporated associations are having to review their current rules to assess whether they need to be amended or replaced in order to remain compliant
Are you unsure as to whether your proposed trade mark is registrable? Would you rather know now than wait months for a determination?
By holding an incorrect type of liquor licence or no liquor licence for the supply of alcohol you may be paying too much in renewal fees, face fines and/or imprisonment.
The recently introduced national business name registration system continues to cause headaches for some.