Kenneth Ti is an Associate Solicitor with Phang Legal (http://www.phanglegal.com.au). He has a background in financial services and insurance, and is focused on commercial and intellectual property matters. Kenneth is a strong believer in small business, the community, and pro bono work. Follow Kenneth Ti at @kennethti and Phang Legal at @phanglegal.
If you manage or run a website you should consider any legal implications and risks that may arise from users accessing and using your website. The type and purpose of a website affects the types of issues and risks that need to be managed.
In New South Wales, the Business Names Act 2002 makes it compulsory for you to register a business name if you have been conducting business under a name other than your own name or your company’s name.
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