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At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point
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At Holding Redlich, great law is our starting point

Holding Redlich is a large national commercial law firm with offices in Melbourne, Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns. We comprise more than 500 people, including 70 partners.

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.

We have a personal stake in our clients' success

and a commitment to quality in everything we do for them.

We have an informal culture

which values respect and collaboration.

Holding Redlich promotes 29 lawyers, including two to partner

Holding Redlich promotes 29 lawyers, including two to partner

We are pleased to announce the promotion of 29 lawyers across our offices. These promotions, effective 1 July 2024, include two partners, one general counsel, five special counsel, eight senior associates and 13 associates.

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11 July 2024 - Knowledge

Residential Focus: Recent and proposed changes to NSW building legislation

#Property, Planning & Development

In this edition we review some new and proposed changes to building legislation in NSW, including the Building, Development and Strata Legislation Amendment Regulation 2024 which was passed last month.

10 July 2024 - Knowledge

Engineered stone products now banned across Australia

#Construction, Infrastructure & Projects

The use, supply and manufacture of engineered stone benchtops, panels and slabs are now prohibited across all states and territories in Australia. We revisit the changes and penalties for non-compliance.

10 July 2024 - Knowledge

Caveats against release: Lessons from the Caledonian Sky

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

The Caledonian Sky case sounds a warning to prospective claimants and maritime practitioners that a court will not allow a caveat against release to be used as a tool to delay the release of a vessel under arrest.

08 July 2024 - Knowledge

Australia's transition to clean energy: Embracing the GO Scheme

#Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, #Renewable Energy

The Guarantee of Origin Scheme (GO Scheme) is an emerging, globally aligned strategy supporting Australia’s net zero carbon emissions goal by 2050. We look at how it operates and differs from the current Renewable Energy Target Scheme.

05 July 2024 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government

A wrap-up of the latest government news in NSW. 

03 July 2024 - Knowledge

Are your marketing practices spam? New guidance can assist

#Corporate & Commercial Law, #Data & Privacy, #Technology, Media & Telecommunications

The Australian Communications and Media Authority has issued clear guidance on its expectations for business to avoid falling foul of current spam and telemarketing legislation.

02 July 2024 - Knowledge

When a staff update turns into a privacy breach

#Data & Privacy

A recent case where an employer updated staff on a fellow employee’s wellbeing serves as a reminder to take precautions before sharing personal information at work to avoid breaching privacy laws.

02 July 2024 - Knowledge

New IC review procedures: Requirements for Australian government agencies

#Government, #Data & Privacy, #Corporate & Commercial Law

New directions now apply to Information Commissioner reviews, requiring government agencies to engage with applicants early, submit documents simultaneously to the OAIC and follow specific processes for deemed refusals and missing documents.

26 June 2024 - Knowledge

Building bond increase delayed until 2 November 2024

#Property, Planning & Development, #Construction, Infrastructure & Projects

The recently passed Building, Development and Strata Legislation Amendment Regulation 2024 will postpone the planned building bond increase, originally set to commence in July, by four months.

26 June 2024 - Knowledge

Workplace investigations in Queensland’s public sector: New directive and review guide

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Queensland’s Public Sector Commission has issued a new workplace investigations directive and periodic review guide. We discuss the key changes in these documents.

25 June 2024 - Knowledge

Residential Focus: Director and supervisor liability – more than just an empty threat

#Property, Planning & Development

A recent court decision considers the appropriate measure of damages in a claim for defects where the primary defect had no associated damage.

25 June 2024 - Knowledge

Preparing for mandatory climate reporting in the construction industry – what you need to know

#Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, #Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG)

Draft legislation has been introduced to require large and medium-sized companies to comply with new financial disclosures on climate impacts. We outline what the requirements are and how construction companies can prepare.

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01 July 24 - Media Release

Holding Redlich promotes 29 lawyers, including two to partner

Holding Redlich has today announced the promotion of 29 lawyers, including two new partners, one general counsel, five special counsel, eight senior associates and 13 associates, effective 1 July 2024.

07 June 24 - Media Release

Holding Redlich announces move to 500 Bourke Street in Melbourne

Holding Redlich today announced the relocation of its Melbourne office to two floors in the newly redeveloped 500 Bourke Street. The move is part of the firm’s refresh of its office portfolio following the redevelopment of its Sydney office at 25 Martin Place.

05 June 24 - Media Release

Holding Redlich adopts Lexis+ AI permanently to enhance legal research efficiency

Holding Redlich announces the permanent adoption and integration of Lexis+ AI, a generative AI advanced legal research technology solution from LexisNexis, into its practice.