We provide strategic advice to a wide range of clients including companies, property and superannuation funds, private and public companies, state and local government authorities, and utility providers in all Australian states.
Our extensive industry knowledge and the strong relationships we have built, allows us to help our clients manage the opportunities and risks of operating in a highly complex and cyclical industry.
We are able to assist with procurement and often link our clients with key services within the property, planning and construction sectors, including land owners, financiers, contractors, property managers and consultants.
We are focused on facilitating commercial outcomes to legal problems. We do this by learning about our clients’ businesses, their industry, and the broader environment in which they operate, to ensure that our advice is contextual, pragmatic and commercial.
By working with our clients and their consultants to understand the bigger picture issues, we are able to identify benefits and risks in a time and cost effective manner.
Thinking| 10 Jul 2020
The exposure of corrupt behaviours can only lift public confidence in government decision making functions
Reducing corruption is critical to building public confidence in government decision making processes, writes Stan Kondilios, Partner and expert in public sector governance.
Banking| 10 Jun 2020
On-demand webinar | When your construction finance goes into default – know your rights and responsibilities
Hall & Wilcox’s recent webinar provided an insightful discussion and hypothetical on what to do when your construction finance deal goes into default.
Thinking| 22 May 2020
In light of COVID-19, amendments have been made to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (NSW) to assist businesses and landowners in dealing with disruptions caused by the pandemic. Our Property and Projects team provides a summary of three changes to the EPA Act that will be of benefit to developers, applicants and objectors by keeping consents alive and matters progressing through Court.
COVID-19 Thinking| 13 May 2020
Victorians finally have some certainty about how the National Cabinet Mandatory Code of Conduct will be implemented in this State, with the COVID-19 Regulations enacted on 1 May 2020 (but operating with effect from 29 March 2020). The Regulations create legally binding obligations which are generally, but not entirely, consistent with the Code. Our Property and Projects team explain.