Commercial drafting and advice

We advise on and draft a range of commercial contracts including terms of trade, finance and security agreements, supply contracts, employment agreements, license agreements, and franchise agreements.

Business structuring

We help a range of clients including start-up businesses, SMEs, family businesses and individuals with the ongoing structuring needs of their evolving businesses to provide their businesses and the individuals behind them with optimal legal protection.

Dispute resolution

We advise on commercial contract disputes, strata disputes, construction and building disputes, contested wills and probate disputes and disputes within partnerships, companies and trusts. We also advise on tortious liability and claims arising from the Competition and Consumer Act and the National Credit Act.

Commercial and retail shop leasing

We assist property managers, commercial property owners, tenants and prospective tenants and landlords with advice, drafting and dispute resolution services in relation to commercial and retail shop leases, including appearing at the State Administrative Tribunal.


We draft, review and negotiate contracts for the sale of land, including “off-the-plan” contracts. We also assist with all aspects of property development including sub-divisions, amalgamations, strata title applications and advise on appropriate structures for your project, whether they be unit trusts or special purpose vehicles.

Business sales, acquisitions and investments

We draft, advise and negotiate business sale agreements in addition to ancillary documents such as leases and supply agreements. We also conduct legal due diligence in relation to business and asset acquisitions and investments.

Liquor licensing

We assist food and beverage clients to apply for liquor licenses and advise on all aspects of the same, including preparing submissions for the Public Interest Assessment and responding to objections to applications.

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