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Holding Redlich is open for business and fully operational

Like you, Holding Redlich is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and adjusting our response on a daily basis.

Regardless of whether we're in the office or working elsewhere, Holding Redlich is fully resourced to meet the needs of our clients. Our systems are fully capable of supporting our people to work wherever they need to be based.

We will continue to follow the advice of the Commonwealth and State Governments and relevant health authorities as this situation unfolds.

We will also take all necessary measures to minimise disruption to our clients and how we work together.

Our partners and staff are, as always, available to meet your existing and future needs.

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Holding Redlich promotes 41 lawyers on the back of strong performance

Holding Redlich promotes 41 lawyers on the back of strong performance

Holding Redlich is pleased to announce 41 promotions on the back of the firm’s third consecutive year of double-digit revenue growth. Effective 1 July 2020, the firm has promoted four new partners, eight to special counsel, 13 to senior associate and 16 to associate. 

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Recent Posts

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property & Real Estate

In this edition, we return to the frequently asked question of “what is residential building work?"

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Challenges and opportunities for Queensland’s water infrastructure sector

#Construction & Infrastructure, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Queensland water sector is facing major challenges presently and into the future, including climate change and ageing assets.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

EPBC Act review update: A power shift on the horizon?

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Key changes to national environmental laws, including assessment functions being handed to the states and the likely inclusion of national environmental standards, are being proposed to address current and future challenges in Australia.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Update: Victorian leasing amendments now in force

#Property & Real Estate, #COVID-19

Key amendments to the Retail Leases Act 2003 and the Building Act 1993 will be effective from 1 October 2020, except for those regarding essential safety measures which commenced on 23 September 2020.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Just give me two more years – limitation period extension proposed under the Cladding Safety Victoria Bill 2020

#Construction & Infrastructure

The Cladding Safety Victoria Bill 2020 grants owners of buildings affected by combustible cladding a two-year extension to the usual 10-year limitation period to pursue legal action against responsible builders.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Ad Standards upholds first complaint under body image rule

#Technology, Media & Telecommunications

A Calvin Klein ad was recently found to breach the Australian Association of National Advertisers Code of Ethics for advertising that promotes an unrealistic body image.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Construction & Infrastructure

#Construction & Infrastructure

A new national survey has found that a number of property investors have remained upbeat during COVID-19, however, the pandemic has made many reconsider not only where they buy, but also where they live.

23 September 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Transport, Shipping & Logistics

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

With strong growth expectations for the number of vessels that will be using LNG, the bunkering industry is moving to aggressively expand LNG operations.

22 September 2020 - Knowledge

COVID-19 concessions for temporary and provisional visa applicants

#Immigration Law, #COVID-19

The Australian Government has introduced a number of concessions, including extended stay and offshore applications, for certain visa applicants affected by the current travel restrictions.

22 September 2020 - Knowledge

Are employers liable for employees’ psychiatric injuries sustained as a result of proper performance management?

#Workplace Relations & Safety

We look at a case where an employer did not owe their employee a duty of care to prevent psychiatric injury because they took reasonable steps to manage her performance.

22 September 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Local Government

#Local Government

We summarise the key concepts regarding the appointment of councils as the committee of management and their obligations to the leasing and licensing of Crown land.

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16 September 20 - In the News

Small and Medium Enterprises and Regional Procurement Policy

The newly updated Small and Medium Enterprises and Regional Procurement Policy (Policy) places Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and regional businesses front of mind for Government procurement.

14 September 20 - In the News

Can restraints in shareholder, share sale and business agreements be enforced? In short, yes

We are often asked whether restraints (such as non-compete obligations, undertakings not to poach customers/employees and restrictions on the use of similar names/trademarks) in shareholders agreements, share sale agreements and business sale agreements can be enforced. The short answer is generally yes.

14 September 20 - In the News

The interface of agricultural and urban land uses

These are strange times in which we live. Putting the priority health factors aside, COVID-19 has given our nation’s economy a seismic shake-up. One aspect of that is the closure of our nation’s border to international travellers and migrants.