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Corporate Law

Corporate Law

Our Corporate Lawyers provide valuable advice and transactional services to private and listed SMEs to ensure your business can operate as smoothly as possible. We acknowledge the complexity behind establishing and running a business in the 21st Century. More than ever, it is important for business leaders to understand and act on intricate regulatory requirements.

We can assist with:Corporate Lawyers Melbourne | Lewis Holdway Lawyers
•    Corporate governance
•    Capital raising
•    Commercial negotiations
•    Sale and purchase agreements
•    Company law
•    PPS law
•    Trusts
•    Structuring
•    Regulatory compliance

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+613 9629 9629

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Get it in writing: why high stakes agreements are best written up.

October 22, 2018

The recent case of Pipikos v Trayans [2018] HCA 39 is a sage reminder that you are safest when your agreements are in writing. In this case, Ms Velika Trayans had bought a property in 2002 at Clark Road, Virginia South Australia (“Clark Property”) with her then husband George. In 2004, George’s brother, Mr Leon…

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ACCC to crack down on cartel conduct

January 29, 2018

By Reshma Farrer The chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (“ACCC”), Rod Sims, has indicated that 2018 will involve the competition watchdog pursuing criminal cartel cases against a number of Australian businesses. It is expected that Mr Sim will conduct three to four domestic-based criminal cartel actions in 2018 against companies of varying…

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