Holding Redlich’s Corporate & Commercial Group is a major player in medium-sized transactions
We have a strong national Corporate & Commercial group. We don’t over-engineer, instead we bring the right people with the right skills together to successfully conclude any transaction. This approach has earned us a reputation for creativity and innovation. Our partners are involved in every deal, from contact through to completion and as a group, we have in-depth knowledge of a wide range of industries in which our clients operate.
We work with our clients across the full spectrum of Corporate and Commercial law, including:
We also have a dedicated national Procurement practice group that provides services to a range of government and private sector clients. Please click here to see full details.
12 December 2018 - Knowledge
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As 2018 rapidly draws to a close, our practice group experts take a magnifying glass to the top issues from the year - and outline what they expect to dominate in 2019.
10 December 2018 - Knowledge
The ACCC has recently cracked down on the waste management sector in relation to their use of unfair contract terms (UCT) in standard form contracts. Further, the ACCC is advocating for the “toughening up” of UCT laws in order to ensure that large businesses toe the line.
05 December 2018 - Knowledge
Planning to tick off a few long-intended tasks in the ‘quiet’ part of the new year? These latest actions give incentive for all businesses to review their standard form business to business contracts as an increasing priority.
04 December 2018 - Knowledge
On 4 November 2018, voters in New Caledonia were given the choice of remaining part of France or becoming an independent country. The result was 56.4 per cent for maintaining the status quo and 43.6 per cent in favour of independence. But this does not mean that New Caledonian independence is off the table.
04 December 2018 - Knowledge
Like individual consumers, many small businesses lack the time, resources, legal or technical expertise and bargaining power to negotiate changes to terms specified in standard form contracts.
03 December 2018 - Knowledge
As the renewable energy sector continues to take centre-stage internationally – and is now one of the fastest growing industries in Australia - we continue our series of articles about the industry with an in-depth look at how the rural sector is dealing with the boom.
27 November 2018 - Knowledge
The private lending space in Australia is booming. Borrowers seeking short to medium term finance are finding it increasingly difficult to secure funding from traditional channels. Here are five practical tips for lenders targeting opportunities in this space.
20 November 2018 - Knowledge
Thousands of private companies may no longer be required to submit financial reports to ASIC, following proposed changes by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
08 November 2018 - Knowledge
In late September the Government released the Treasury Laws Amendment (ASIC Enforcement) 2018 Bill (Bill) seeking consultation from the public in relation to its proposed reforms. The Bill seeks to amend the Corporations Act, ASIC Act, Credit Act and the Insurance Contracts Act in response to a number of recommendations made in the ASIC Enforcement Review Taskforce report.
30 October 2018 - Knowledge
In the first of a three-part series, we take a look at the legislative background concerning renewable energy, particularly for solar, looking at what is happening internationally – and how Australia compares.
24 October 2018 - Knowledge
It’s the time of year when we start to reflect on the past 12 months and plan for the next. Like many, we are seeing more and more earn-outs in connection with business acquisitions as well as the continued widespread use of profit-based employee incentives.
16 October 2018 - Knowledge
A recent case is a reminder that, when it comes to assessing the similarities between competing business name registrations, a common sense approach won’t get you far.