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At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point

Holding Redlich is a large national commercial law firm with offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns. We comprise 500 people, including partners, and our annual revenue is approximately $100 million.

We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs, underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.

But it takes much more than great law to build enduring partnerships - our aim with every client.

We understand that our role is to look after our clients and their best interests. 

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We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs

underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.

We have a personal stake in our clients' success

and a commitment to quality in everything we do for them.

We have an informal culture

which values respect and collaboration.

Holding Redlich recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology

Holding Redlich recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology

Holding Redlich is delighted to have been recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology, listed as a thought leader in Australasia for the areas of Dispute Resolution and Employment.



Recent Posts

19 February 2020 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin


We examine a recent landmark court case that sheds light on the 'aliens power' and what it means for Aboriginal Australians born overseas.

19 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Planning Institute of Australia has declared a climate emergency, saying that now, more than ever, planners have a responsibility to integrate planning for climate change into their work. This declaration aligns with PIA’s national position statement, Planning in a Changing Climate (2015), and its more recently adopted target.

19 February 2020 - Knowledge

A new path to recruit foreign horticulture workers into Australia

#Immigration Law

We look at the requirements and visa options under the new Horticulture Industry Labour Agreement for Australian employers looking to recruit horticulture workers from abroad.

18 February 2020 - Knowledge

Data governance – what’s at stake for your business?

#Data & Privacy

With the increased role of regulators in the post-Hayne era, it is now more crucial than ever for corporations to understand how best to manage their data. We look at the key risks are in this increasingly data driven world, and the reasons why businesses should establish a Data Governance Framework to avoid potential damage to their business and falling afoul of the law.

18 February 2020 - Knowledge

Getting your fatigue compliance requirements right – back to the basics

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

Driver fatigue and drowsy driving is a major safety hazard for all vehicles using Australia’s roads. In fact driver fatigue is a leading contributor to heavy vehicle crashes in Australia, with some studies showing fatigue involved in one eighth of Australian heavy vehicle crashes.

18 February 2020 - Knowledge

Manage your risk in contractor procurement


There are many factors that can impact the success of a contract at every stage of the procurement cycle. To optimise contract success, care must be taken to identify each of these factors, manage risks, and ensure that value is not lost along each of the stages of the supply chain.

18 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition & Consumer

#Competition & Consumer Law

The competition watchdog will conduct two new inquiries into possible anti-competitive behaviour by digital platforms such as Facebook and Google, and services allowing online advertisers to target Australian internet users.

18 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A Dandenong South health supplements manufacturer has been convicted and fined $40,000 after a worker’s hand was crushed between two rollers.

17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin


Coalition MPs and church leaders want to persist with the controversial religious discrimination bill, warning "we should not let perfect be the enemy of the good".

17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Victorian Government Bulletin


In its submission on the latest draft of the Religious Discrimination Bill, the Australian Human Rights Commission warns that elements of the Bill are inconsistent with international human rights law.

17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

The National Security Committee of Cabinet has today agreed to extend the entry restrictions on foreign nationals who have recently been in mainland China for a further week from 15 February 2020 to protect Australians from the risk of coronavirus.

17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

The High Court rules that Aboriginal Australians are exempt from the Commonwealth's "aliens power" under the constitution and cannot be deported.

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20 February 20 - Media Release

New special counsel provide boost to Holding Redlich’s private client practice group as Brisbane office experiences growth surge

Three special counsel are among the eight new starters in Holding Redlich’s Brisbane office commencing during January and February as the office undergoes one of its strongest periods of growth.

24 January 20 - In the News

Drone use - the potential benefits for regional Queensland

Commercial sectors have been benefiting from the use of drones in an increasing variety of ways, offering high value gains in efficiencies, productivity, safety and marketing.

20 January 20 - In the News

‘Corporatisation’ of the industry: Trucking is taking on operational aspects beloved of big business

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

In my 15 years observing the transport industry, perhaps the biggest shift that I have noticed has been what I refer to as the increasing ‘corporatisation’ of the industry.