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KHQ Lawyers - Jack Stuk

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!

Rome2Rio

Our Corporate & Commercial team advised travel technology business, Rome2rio, on its acquisition by European-based Omio, in conjunction with Adventum Legal. Our team comprised Andrew Walker, Kate Landells, Koula Politis and Darrell Choong. Great work, team!

KHQ Lawyers - Prath Balasubramaniam

We are delighted to welcome Prath Balasubrmaniam and his team to KHQ!  Lawyers Weekly reports on the move.

KHQ Lawyers - Level 4, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Our Melbourne office has moved to Level 4, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne.

KHQ Lawyers - Ines Kallweit

Ines Kallweit, principal solicitor in our Wills & Estates team, has been recognised as a preeminent lawyer in the Wills, Estates & Succession Planning and Estates Litigation categories of the highly regarded Doyles Guide.

Andrew Walker - KHQ Lawyers

Andrew Walker has been included in the Leading Corporate Lawyers category of Doyles Guide for the third successive year!

KHQ Insights

Family violence amidst the COVID-19 crisis


Posted By on 30/03/20 at 9:54 AM

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

Regulators switch focus in response to COVID-19


Posted By on 25/03/20 at 10:58 AM

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