Doyle’s Guide has once again recommended Jack Stuk in its Leading Tax Lawyers category for Victoria, 2019. This is the second consecutive year that Jack has been so recognised, with our Tax & Structuring team also recommended in the accompanying Leading Law Firms category. Many congratulations to Jack and the team!
We are delighted to welcome Prath Balasubrmaniam and his team to KHQ! Lawyers Weekly reports on the move.
Our Melbourne office has moved to Level 4, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Construction & EngineeringOur team offers responsive and focused legal assistance to construction and engineering industry participants. We act for principals, consultants, project managers, contractors, superintendents and specialist subcontractors in all manner of “front end” and “back end” matters.
Litigation & Dispute ResolutionWe act for individuals and both large and small businesses in commercial litigation matters. We are committed to ensuring the best outcome for our clients and our focus where possible is to achieve early and effective commercial solutions without resorting to litigation.
Private WealthOur team provides expert advice to businesses and business owners, high net worth individuals (including executives), families and intermediaries in relation to business structuring, succession planning, taxation law issues, wills & estates, estates litigation and family and relationship law issues.
Isolation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic can be a frightening proposition if you are experiencing family violence. Whilst for most of us our home is a haven, for 1 in 6 Australian women it is a place of fear. We have seen from China’s experience that family violence incidents surged following the forced lockdown period. In different circumstances, … Read more
Key Australian regulators have moved to establish new initiatives and scale-back some existing programs as the COVID-19 crisis deepens. Given the current crisis impacts both business and consumers alike, ASIC and the ACCC have prioritised their resources to ensure they are best placed to respond where necessary. The key take-outs for businesses to consider are: … Read more
“There is so much confusion at the moment. We are facing school closures, work closures, and potential exposure to the virus. What does this mean for my parenting arrangements?” One of the most common questions I have been asked by my clients, is this: is a forced lock down, considered to be part of the … Read more