LITIGATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Litigation constitutes an undesirable risk to most businesses. It can be disruptive and costly in monetary terms and to your time.
Our litigation lawyers are able to pre-empt and extinguish the threat of litigation before the risk arises through strategic legal advice.
Where litigation is a realistic possibility, our commercial litigation lawyers are able to effectively negotiate with the other party where appropriate in order to secure your position in terms of costs if it is necessary for the matter to proceed to trial, and potentially avoid the need for the time and expense of litigation by achieving an early commercial settlement.
If however litigation has become unavoidable, our litigation lawyers can react effectively and vigorously and have a broad domestic and international knowledge base to deal with the various issues which may arise. As disputes lawyers we act in all Australian Courts and Tribunals in relation to matters such as:
- Administrative disputes
- Consumer protection
- Contractual disputes
- Debt recovery proceedings
- Defamation proceedings
- Directors’ and corporate disputes
- Insolvency proceedings
- Intellectual property disputes
- Workplace / employment related disputes
Take a look at our INSIGHTS page for free resources relating to our litigation and dispute resolution services.
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- $45,000 damages for republication of defamatory statement by third party: Milne v Ell  NSWSC 555 (8 May 2017)
- Minimum employment terms and conditions in Australia
- Online copyright infringement of movies and website blocking by CSPs: Roadshow Films Pty Ltd v Telstra Corporation Ltd  FCA 1503 (15 December 2016)
- Protection for small businesses against unfair contract terms : ss 23 – 28 of Schedule 2 to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)
- A guide to statutory demands & what to do if you are served with a demand