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Holding Redlich is open for business and fully operational

Like you, Holding Redlich is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and adjusting our response on a daily basis.

Regardless of whether we're in the office or working elsewhere, Holding Redlich is fully resourced to meet the needs of our clients. Our systems are fully capable of supporting our people to work wherever they need to be based.

We will continue to follow the advice of the Commonwealth and State Governments and relevant health authorities as this situation unfolds.

We will also take all necessary measures to minimise disruption to our clients and how we work together.

Our partners and staff are, as always, available to meet your existing and future needs.

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31 Holding Redlich lawyers named in 2021 Best Lawyers™ list

31 Holding Redlich lawyers named in 2021 Best Lawyers™ list

Holding Redlich is pleased to announce that 31 lawyers have been listed in the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers in Australia, including six partners recognised for the first time and Melbourne workplace partner Charles Power awarded Lawyer of The Year under Employee Benefits Law.



Recent Posts

05 June 2020 - Knowledge

Australia’s FIRB framework adds new national security test for foreign investors

#Property & Real Estate, #Corporate & Commercial Law

The Federal Government has today announced a series of new, stringent security checks to tighten foreign investment scrutiny under Australia’s foreign investment review framework – including a new national security test for foreign investors and authority by the Treasurer to review all ‘sensitive national security business’.

04 June 2020 - Knowledge

Federal Government’s new HomeBuilder scheme – who’s eligible?

#Property & Real Estate, #COVID-19

The Federal Government announced a $680 million HomeBuilder scheme in which eligible owner-occupiers can access a $25,000 tax-free grant to help build a new home or renovate their existing property to improve its accessibility, liveability and safety. But restrictions apply. We unpack the scheme by outlining the eligibility criteria, types of eligible dwellings and the application process.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property & Real Estate

In this edition we look at a decision which looks at the application of s.48MA to proceedings before the Court, as opposed to the Tribunal.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Navigating voluntary administration: Eight key considerations for landlords of insolvent tenants

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #Property & Real Estate

We pinpoint eight key considerations landlords of insolvent tenants should be mindful of when dealing with the administration process, and outline key action items from day one.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Stood-down employees are not entitled to paid sick leave, Federal Court confirms

#Workplace Relations & Safety, #COVID-19

Providing much needed clarification during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Federal Court has confirmed stood down employees have no entitlement to paid personal leave under the Fair Work Act.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Working from home and delegated authorities

#Corporate & Commercial Law

When there aren’t clear rules around what people are empowered to do or not to do when working outside the office, there can be adverse consequences. What can businesses do?

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

COVID-19 and business interruption insurance: Can an outdated exclusion clause still exclude?

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation, #COVID-19

As businesses continue to experience financial pressure from unprecedented COVID-19 forced closures and restricted trading, many businesses naturally look to their business interruption insurance policies for relief.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

A ‘right to a hearing’ not found to exist in Victorian compulsory acquisition procedure

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Victorian Court of Appeal has overturned a Supreme Court judgment on a right to be afforded procedural fairness in the compulsory acquisition of land. What does this imply for acquiring authorities and landowners?

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Construction & Infrastructure

#Construction & Infrastructure

The Federal Circuit Court has imposed penalties totalling $54,000 against the former director of Victorian building company, SWAT Building Systems.

03 June 2020 - Knowledge

Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020

#Property & Real Estate, #COVID-19

The Retail Shop Leases and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19 Emergency Response) Regulation 2020 is made under the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act 2020 (COVID Act) with the purpose to implement the National Cabinet Mandatory Code of Conduct.

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Local Government

#Local Government

We outline the temporary modifications introduced to the Local Government Act, including changes to tender publication provisions, as a result of COVID-19.

02 June 2020 - Knowledge

Can parking in your own car space be considered a nuisance?

#Property & Real Estate

A recent NSW Supreme Court decision has considered the interpretation of an exclusive by-law and the meaning of nuisance in a parking dispute between a lot owner and the Owners Corporation.

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01 June 20 - In the News

Biometric data: Under your skin – Employee rights to privacy

Time and attendance systems that collect and match employee biometric data can lead to privacy concerns. Recent FWC decisions highlight the measures an employer should adopt to impose an enforceable requirement.

29 May 20 - Media Release

National law firm assists Poly Global with first development in Queensland

National law firm, Holding Redlich, is acting for Poly Global (Poly), the Australian subsidiary of Shanghai Stock Exchange-listed developer Poly Developments and Holdings, on its first development in Queensland.

28 May 20 - In the News

COVID-19: It’s business interrupted, but will insurers step up?

It’s called business interruption insurance, and business across the world has most certainly been interrupted, write Howard Rapke and Jessica Tsiakis.