Litigation & Dispute Resolution Law

We for individuals and both large and small businesses in commercial litigation matters. We take a strategic, solutions-focused approach, and are committed to ensuring the best outcome for our clients.  Our objective, where possible, is on achieving early and effective commercial solutions without resorting to litigation.

Our expertise includes:

  • general commercial litigation and advice
  • contractual disputes
  • property and leasing disputes
  • mediation and arbitration
  • joint venture, partnership and shareholder disputes
  • regulatory investigations and enforcement, particularly ACCC and ASIC
  • competition and consumer law disputes
  • franchise disputes
  • white-collar crime defence and fraud investigations
  • insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings
  • injunction proceedings
  • intellectual property disputes, and
  • rural law.

We appreciate the costs associated with being involved in litigation and strive to ensure that our fees are reasonable and in perspective with our client’s desired outcome. Our lawyers have experience in a wide range of jurisdictions and we pride ourselves on being able to think ‘outside the box’.

Related News & Insights

Collective bargaining – change is on the way

Posted By on 10/09/18 at 8:19 AM

By Darrell Choong (Trainee Lawyer) and Paul Welling (Principal Solicitor) The gates of Troy have been breached!  At least, they might be soon. In a somewhat surprising turn of events, the ACCC is considering a class exemption for collective bargaining by eligible businesses, agribusinesses and franchisees.  Currently, collective bargaining is only allowed if a business … Read more

Liquidators’ unfair preference claims – the basics

Posted By on 26/02/18 at 2:44 PM

By Kate Davey (Senior Associate) and Paul Welling (Principal Solicitor) If one of your organisation’s customers or clients goes into liquidation, there is a risk that the liquidator may seek to recover (or “claw back”) payments made by that company to you as an unfair preference under Section 588FA of the Corporations Act 2001 (“the Act”). … Read more