Our team is dedicated to supporting clients through their business activities and seek to assist them to achieve their commercial goals.
We provide a broad range of services across the full spectrum of corporate and commercial law.Find out more
We act for issuers and investors across a range of Australian capital markets transactions.Find out more
We have extensive experience in acting for borrowers across a range of financing transactions.Find out more
We are experts in the space of financial services and funds management, having regularly acted for fund managers and corporate trustees.Find out more
We advise our clients in relation to a number of commercial disputes ranging from litigation to negotiated outcomes.Find out more
Our team regularly advises on legal issues in connection with our client’s technology and telecommunications projects.Find out more
We appreciate the importance of protecting our client’s intellectual property in today’s ever changing environment.Find out more
We have acted or act with regard a range of Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and ICO matters.Find out more
We advise our clients on a range employment issues by informing them of potential legal risks and developing strategies to minimise those threats.Find out more
We act for our clients on a range of insurance and insurance related disputes.Find out more
Our principals lead an experienced legal team dedicated to assisting our clients to achieve their optimal commercial goals.
Leath practices extensively in commercial and corporate transactions, particularly for ASX Listed public companies.Read more
Shannon heads the firm's financial services and corporate transactions section.Read more
Andrew Bini (Principal)
Since 12 November 2016, the unfair consumer contracts terms regime in the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has also regulated unfair terms in small business contracts. In essence, if a term is found to be unfair it is void. In this article we describe how these laws apply to consumer and small business contracts. Consumer and…Read full article