About Lewis Holdway
We’re an Australian law firm committed to reducing the cost of using law. We have a reputation for building outstanding client relationships through clear and open dialogue.
We have a diverse team of lawyers working in a range of different areas of law. We understand that sometimes legal issues can affect more than just one area of your life – a relationship breakdown can not only affect your children, but your business and your plans for the future. When you deal with a Lewis Holdway lawyer, we can help you deal with the many aspects of a legal issue.
We can also provide you with different fee arrangements such as a Legal Services Package, fixed fee arrangements, work on a speculative basis or charging at an hourly rate. Talk to us about how we can help you today.
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Our Lawyers & Leaders
We are delighted to announce that Adren Choon and Reshma Farrer have been admitted to practice as solicitors at the Supreme Court of Victoria. Lewis Holdway Principals, Natalie Fielding, Paul Holdway and John Wardlaw, said it was exciting for the firm to witness and facilitate the development of Adren and Reshma after both completing combined Bachelor…Read More
The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) is working with the Australian Business Register (ABR) to retire the use of trading names in Australia. After 31 October 2018, trading names will no longer be displayed on the ABR (including the ABN Lookup). Trading names in the ABR A trading name refers to an unregistered name that businesses could use before the…Read More
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has been amended to increase the maximum penalties that can be handed down for breaching the ACL. The increase came into effect on 1 September 2018. Previously, companies faced a maximum penalty of $1.1 million per consumer law breach and individuals faced a maximum penalty of $220,000 per breach. The amendments are…Read More