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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.

We have a personal stake in our clients' success

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

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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.”


Recent Posts

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

Recycle, reuse, redevelop: Non-conforming building products and cladding issues for owners in redeveloping commercial buildings

#Construction & Infrastructure

Waste has rarely been a bigger issue, and recycling and upcycling old materials is becoming more and more trendy. But then the construction industry has been doing this for years.

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

2018 year in review - the top issues and where to next

#Corporate & Commercial Law, #Workplace Relations & Safety, #Data & Privacy, #Competition & Consumer Law, #Procurement, #Property & Real Estate, #Technology, Media & Communications, #Transport, Shipping & Logistics, #Construction & Infrastructure

As 2018 rapidly draws to a close, our practice group experts take a magnifying glass to the top issues from the year - and outline what they expect to dominate in 2019.

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin


In this edition we look at the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption’s report on the emerging trends of corruption in NSW.

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

Exemption for intellectual property rights from competition laws set to end

#Competition & Consumer Law

Businesses that assign or license intellectual property (IP) rights will soon have to consider extra competition laws under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

The Equifax data breach – A last 2018 word from the US House of Representatives

#Data & Privacy

While we thought the UK fine for Equifax was the last word on the topic for 2018, the US House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Government Reform released its report into the 2017 Equifax data breach.

12 December 2018 - Knowledge

Changes to Australian law to block offshore pirate websites take effect

#Technology, Media & Communications

The Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act 2018 (Cth) commenced on 11 December 2018. This article considers some of the practical implications of this new Act.

11 December 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A plumbing business in Punchbowl has been fined $75,000 after a worker fatally fell more than eight metres through a warehouse roof.

10 December 2018 - Knowledge

ACCC continues to combat unfair contract terms

#Corporate & Commercial Law

The ACCC has recently cracked down on the waste management sector in relation to their use of unfair contract terms (UCT) in standard form contracts. Further, the ACCC is advocating for the “toughening up” of UCT laws in order to ensure that large businesses toe the line.

10 December 2018 - Knowledge

Surprise! It’s a Christmas payment claim

#Construction & Infrastructure

In the lead up to the Christmas break, a reminder for project managers to be on alert for surprise payment claims.

10 December 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The Federal Court has ordered Landmark Operations Limited (trading as Seednet) to pay a $1 million penalty for making false, misleading and deceptive claims in a fact sheet for its barley variety known as ‘Compass’. “Seednet’s conduct was unacceptable because it misled farmers into sowing barley crops under a false impression about the qualities of the crops they were planting".

10 December 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

According to the latest government figures, more than 45,500 citizenship applications were finalised between July and October 2018, of which 39,000 applications were granted Australian citizenship.

10 December 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

Having gained assurances on key amendments to the legislation in recent days, the AMA supports the asylum seeker Urgent Medical Treatment Bill being promoted by Independent MP and former AMA President, Professor Kerryn Phelps.

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03 December 18 - Media Release

$150,000 raised for research into prevention of premature and stillbirth

In a bid to raise funds and awareness of premature and stillbirth, a partner at national law firm Holding Redlich has created and held a gala ball attended by over 400 people and raising $150,000.

03 December 18 - Media Release

Property industry to benefit from new partnership

A three-year partnership between The University of Queensland Law School and national law firm Holding Redlich will provide new research opportunities for students interested in property law.

30 November 18 - Media Release

Holding Redlich boosts its renewable energy expertise with appointment of specialist senior associate

#Construction & Infrastructure

National law firm Holding Redlich has welcomed new senior associate Scott Schlink to its construction and infrastructure team in Melbourne as a specialist in the area of renewable energy.