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At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point

We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs, underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.

But it takes much more than great law to build enduring partnerships - our aim with every client.

We understand that our role is to look after our clients and their best interests. 

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We provide solutions tailored to our clients’ needs

underpinned by the very best legal thinking and expert industry knowledge.

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Welcome to our new Property & Projects partner
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Welcome to our new Property & Projects partner

We are pleased to welcome new partner Adrianna Witkowski as a Sydney-based partner in our Property & Projects group.

Adrianna is a senior property lawyer with extensive experience in development, transactions, leasing and construction. 

She said she is delighted to be joining Holding Redlich: “This is an exciting time in this area of law as we see unprecedented levels of private and public sector investment and participation in residential, commercial and infrastructure projects. 

“As a result, Sydney is rapidly evolving, and property and projects lawyers have the opportunity to be an integral part of its evolution.”

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14 November 2018 - Knowledge

What you need to know in a softening property market

#Property & Real Estate

We highlight some of legal requirements that apply to the drafting of an option agreement and illustrate how a poorly drafted option agreement can give either or both parties the right to walk away from the transaction which, in a softening property market, could spell disaster for a vendor or provide salvation for a purchaser.

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

ASIC’s new approach to regulation by embedding supervisory staff in banks

#Competition & Consumer Law

ASIC chairman James Shipton announced plans to embed teams of up to 20 ASIC agents for weeks at a time to sit with bank staff, drop into meetings and trail the CEO, executives and directors to identify misconduct before it arises.

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work, Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A parliamentary inquiry into whether Australians are getting enough sleep, and the economic and social costs for the nation, has been initiated by the Federal Government. Mr Zimmerman said the inquiry would look at those occupations deemed most vulnerable

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

Fatigue – more than just work and rest hours?

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

The Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) imposes a series of prescriptive work and rest hour limits designed to ensure that heavy vehicle drivers are not adversely affected by fatigue. In addition, the HVNL prevents parties in the chain from requiring or rewarding drivers to drive in breach of their work and rest hours.

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The ACCC has instituted Federal Court proceedings against Productivity Partners Pty Ltd, trading as Captain Cook College, alleging systemic unconscionable conduct in breach of the Australian Consumer Law, designed to maximise profit at the expense of their students.

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin

#Government

The Honourable Yvette D'Ath congratulated Rebecca Treston QC on being elected President of the Bar Association of Queensland on Friday. Ms Treston was elected unopposed as the Bar's first female president.

13 November 2018 - Knowledge

How to lodge a successful partner visa application

#Immigration Law

We share our tips for submitting a successful partner visa application.

12 November 2018 - Knowledge

Combustible cladding assessments for building industry professionals and fire engineers: golden goose or road to ruin?

#Construction & Infrastructure

In October the Queensland Government introduced a new regime to assess the safety of existing cladding on buildings. This may provide a golden business opportunity for some building industry professionals and RPEQ fire engineers with the ability to cater to this new market need. However, building industry professionals and fire engineers should carefully consider whether to undertake this type of work.

12 November 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Australian company directors nominate climate change as the number one issue they want the government to address in the long-term, in a survey of more than 1,200 business leaders.

12 November 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

New initiatives to improve the treatment and management of mental health concerns among Australia’s servicemen and women will be funded by the Australian Government.

12 November 2018 - Knowledge

Key cases: Planning, environment & sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

In this article, we summarise the key issues in three recent cases before VCAT and the Supreme Court relating to demolition of heritage buildings, DELWP approval of a kangaroo cull, and a loss on sale claim brought after the owner had passed away.

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07 November 18 - Media Release

Holding Redlich welcomes new partner to its Sydney Property & Projects group

#Property & Real Estate

National law firm Holding Redlich has welcomed new partner Adrianna Witkowski as a Sydney-based partner in the Property & Projects group.

31 October 18 - In the News

Holding Redlich partners with anti-slavery charity

The Freedom Hub is described as an anti-slavery and trafficking charity. Through Holding Redlich’s partnership, the firm will help raise funds and awareness alongside the organisation, to reduce the impacts of modern slavery in Australia.

31 October 18 - In the News

How new accounting standards affect mergers and acquisitions, employee incentives and debt

It’s the time of year when we start to reflect on the past 12 months and plan for the next. Like many, we are seeing more and more earn-outs in connection with business acquisitions as well as the continued widespread use of profit-based employee incentives.