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Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution
Providing practical and commercial resolutions to disputes.

Dispute Resolution

Every dispute has its own set of unique variables. Our team is experienced in dealing with all areas of litigation and arbitration, attaining desirable results regardless of their complexity or sensitivity. Dealing with a wide range of disputes from contract advice to property and lease issues, our team provides high quality service to clients to achieve the best possible commercial outcomes. Dispute Resolution Lawyers Melbourne - Lewis Holdway

We can assist with:
•    Debt Recovery
•    Contract Disputes
•    Property, Construction and Lease Disputes
•    Employment Disputes

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+61 9629 9629
+61 9629 9630
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Level 2, 91 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

P.O. Box 138, Collins Street West, Victoria 8007

DX Mail: DX 650 Melbourne

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