Category: Litigation

More time for financially stressed individuals and companies

The Federal Government will extend the temporary relief measures for financially distressed individuals and businesses to 31 December 2020. The measures include: 1. The period within which a statutory demand must be complied is extended…

Natalie Lasek joins Kalus Kenny Intelex Partnership

Media Release – 26 August, 2020 Boutique law firm, Kalus Kenny Intelex, has announced the appointment of Natalie Lasek to the Partner group. Since joining KKI in 2016, Natalie, 33, has performed strongly at the…

Kalus Kenny Intelex joins International Lawyers Network

Progressive Melbourne-based boutique firm Kalus Kenny Intelex Lawyers has been welcomed into the prestigious International Lawyers Network (ILN) as the sole Australian firm in the network. As a leading international legal network, the ILN’s membership…

A message from Henry Kalus

With another financial year behind us the KKI crew wanted to reach out to all of you, our dear clients and friends. But how different this time is from any other, and I’m not saying…

Running a hearing during COVID-19

When COVID-19 hit, no one was immune, and courts and tribunals across Australia had to pause, assess, and implement change. In Victoria, most almost immediately closed the doors to in-person hearings and shifted all court…

The importance of ensuring that your marketing does not breach consumer protection legislation

In 2017 GlaxoSmithKline and Novartis were accused by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission of misleading consumers for over 5 years. The two companies admitted that “Osteo Gel” was marketed as being more effective in…