Business & Commercial Law

Business & Commercial Law 2017-05-22T06:50:36+00:00

We Help …

  • We help business owners understand, prepare and pre-empt the myriad of issues that arise in their business every day.
  • We help our Clients, who range from startups to mature businesses, develop sustainable, viable business plans to take their business to the next level.
  • We help Clients understand various areas of commercial law, including Trusts and Joint Ventures and Shareholder Agreements.
  • We help Clients with the sale and purchase of businesses and commercial real estate.

We Understand …

  • We understand the complexities of the rapidly changing business environment across many different industry sectors, including building and construction, IT and distribution.
  • We have worked with many different types of businesses, including private and publicly listed Companies, making it easy to understand the nature of our Client’s business and draft specific and targeted documentation.
  • We understand the potential risks that our Clients need to mitigate through strategic commercial documentation and agreements.

We Do …

  • We draft policies and procedures including Privacy Policies and Procedures, Credit Policies and PPSA Policies for Clients and provide training on staff for effective implementation.
  • We draft effective commercial agreements that include including Distribution Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, General Security Agreements, Marketing Agreements, Service Level Agreements and Terms and Conditions which help mitigate disputes.
  • We advise on all forms of security including Guarantees, Equitable Charges, Mortgages, and General Security Agreements and the enforcement of the relevant security.
  • We partner, collaborate and strategically align with you to help you achieve your business outcomes.

Recent Insights

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