Ines Kallweit has, for the sixth consecutive year, been named as a preeminent Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer in the highly regarded legal directory, Doyle’s Guide. KHQ Lawyers has also again been recognised as a Leading Wills & Estates Litigation Law Firm (second tier). Congratulations to Ines and the team!
Ten of our senior lawyers have been recognised in the latest Best LawyersTM in Australia rankings.
Chris Gianatti has been recognised in the Leading Employment Lawyers (Employer Representation) category of Doyle’s Guide for the third consecutive year. Gina Capasso has also been recognised in the Leading Workplace Health & Safety Lawyers category for the first time. Congratulations Chris and Gina!
KHQ has for the fourth consecutive year been named a leading employment law firm in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific. Director, Chris Gianatti, has retained his Band 1 leading ranking, which he has held for six consecutive years. Gina Capasso, Claire Brown and Michael Cochrane have also been recognised as key team members. Warmest congratulations to Chris & the team!
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.
Welcome to this week’s issue of the KHQ Super Alert. APRA has given an update of its regulatory activities and the Federal Government announced that relief to facilitate electronic execution of documents will remain until next year. APRA – Ongoing activities On 5 August 2020, Wayne Byres, Chair of APRA, appeared before the House of … Read more
The introduction of stage 4 restrictions for metropolitan Melbourne continues to present unprecedented challenges for parents and carers navigating parenting arrangements. While “shared custody arrangements”, whether informal or court-ordered, is permitted under the current restrictions, issues may arise beyond the control of either party that prevent a child from continuing to spend time with the … Read more
Yesterday, Daniel Andrews declared a State of Disaster in Victoria, with Melbourne moving to stage 4 restrictions and the rest of the state to stage 3, to try and contain the spread of COVID-19. The most significant restrictions include: The implementation of a curfew from 8pm to 5am (which came into effect yesterday). During those times, … Read more