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Entrepreneurs and key industry players share their election wish lists 

Startups and entrepreneurs are a vital part of the Australian economy but issues affecting startups, or policies and promises focusing on investment in innovation, have received little air time in this federal election campaign, James Bull, Director of Frank, Hall & Wilcox’s dedicated start-up practice, asked key industry players and members of Hall & Wilcox’s Frank Lab cohort (all start-ups in varying stages of their entrepreneurial journey) to share their election wish lists.

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New Legislation Eases Disclosure Requirements for Startups – Employment Law This Week

Featured on Employment Law This Week: New Legislation Eases Disclosure Requirements for Startups under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform.

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Ogden Murphy Wallace Launches Action Kit for Startups in the Healthcare Industry

ILN member, Ogden Murphy Wallace, has launched an action kit for startups building businesses at the intersection of healthcare and information technology.  Their new site offers information on key regulatory and planning hurdles that are unique to health IT.

Ogden Murphy Wallace covers topics such as the basics of business formation, employment, and protecting new ideas, with tools to help guide your business through the process.

For more information, please visit their site.

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