Our Commercial Law experts are recognised for their skill in managing the complex balance between planning, accurate scoping and business analysis, day-to- day governance, flexibility, acceptable costs and incentivisation. Whether you are looking at outsourcing, putting in place terms and conditions, or involved in manufacturing, supply and logistics, strong commercial agreements need to be in place.
With a particular strength in working for major national and international organisations, while other lawyers may advise from narrow areas of experience, our approach is to work collaboratively, across the firm, to draw on a deep and wide knowledge of the industry challenges you face.
We are committed to providing high quality and innovative commercial legal advice and assistance to our clients.
Our Commercial Law specialists can draft a wide range of contracts and advise on a wide range of commercial matters:
Through our Commercial Law practice, we also act for various national non-profit organisations, charities and religious bodies.
New laws have been implemented at the Federal and State levels to facilitate the electronic signing and remote witnessing of documents in order to address the practical difficulties brought on by COVID-19.
The Victorian Government has now enacted the necessary regulations to give effect to the National Code during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here we answer some popular questions we are fielding from both landlords and tenants.
As you are all currently experiencing first-hand, the evolving COVID-19 situation has raised numerous challenges for the Property and Construction sectors. Added to this, information and government policy (both Federal and State) is changing daily – if not hourly.
Global legal business DWF is pleased to announce that 18 of its Australian lawyers have been short-listed for 2021 Best Lawyers which recognises legal practitioners around the world for leadership in their specific area of practice.
The Government has released more details on the new Rent Relief Policy for tenancies impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19) - but where does that leave landlords and tenants?
The Prime Minister has recently announced several principles to assist the leasing sector through the current coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The Treasurer has recently announced that the threshold amounts for any foreign purchaser transaction made on or after 10:30pm Sunday, 29 March 2020 will be $0.