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.
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.
This update comes at a time when people and businesses in Queensland and New South Wales are dealing with the aftermath of a recent bushfire crisis. In addition to the fire damage, recovery bill and insurance claims that will flow from these devastating bushfires, a recent Victorian Supreme Court jury finding is a reminder for businesses … Read more
Unsurprisingly there is no such thing as a Friendly Agreement under the Family Law Act 1975 (the Act). However financial agreements are prescribed under the Act. When a couple enters into a financial agreement, they relinquish their rights to bring a claim against each other for a property split or spousal maintenance in the Family … Read more
This is the first in a 4 part series of posts on ‘Managing Performance in the Age of Adverse Action Claims’, and is based on a presentation and paper delivered by Michael Cochrane (Special Counsel) on the Television Education Network (TEN) on 13 November 2019. Since their enactment a decade ago, the general protections provisions … Read more