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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, Sydney, Brisbane and Cairns. We comprise 500 people, including partners, and our annual revenue is approximately $100 million.

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 recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology

Holding Redlich recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology

Holding Redlich is delighted to have been recognised as a Legal Influencer by Lexology, listed as a thought leader in Australasia for the areas of Dispute Resolution and Employment.

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17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

The High Court rules that Aboriginal Australians are exempt from the Commonwealth's "aliens power" under the constitution and cannot be deported.

17 February 2020 - Knowledge

Next steps for the ACCC in relation to Digital Platforms

#Technology, Media & Telecommunications

We take an in depth look at the next steps for the ACCC in relation to its Digital Platforms Inquiry.

14 February 2020 - Knowledge

Notifiable data breach: Two years on and mostly ‘behind the scenes’

#Data & Privacy

This month marks two years since the introduction of Australia’s notifiable data breach scheme. We look back on key events and learnings from the data and privacy space over this time, and outline why businesses should continually review their privacy practices.

13 February 2020 - Knowledge

Expert guide: Australian M&A under the microscope

#Mergers and Acquisitions, #Corporate & Commercial Law

In our latest M&A Review, our national M&A team highlights some key issues and trends to look out for in 2020, plus a wrap up of key deals across a variety of industries.

12 February 2020 - Knowledge

Recent cases provide guidance on how to calculate an employee’s annual rate of earnings

#Workplace Relations & Safety

We review the relevant provisions and cases which inform whether an amount or benefit should be included in a calculation of an employee’s earnings for the purpose of determining eligibility for unfair dismissal.

12 February 2020 - Knowledge

Residential Focus

#Property & Real Estate

On 6 February, the NSW Minister for Better Regulation and Innovation, Kevin Anderson, announced that the recruitment process had commenced for up to 75 staff to support the newly appointed NSW Building Commissioner, David Chandler OAM, in his task to overhaul the NSW building and construction industry.

12 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Property & Real Estate

#Property & Real Estate

New migrants moving to capital cities and major regional centres are helping to boost house prices by as much as $6500 each year, a new study has revealed.

12 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Local Government

#Local Government

The NSW Government will soon release its findings from a review into the effectiveness of Crown land claims. We take a look at the review and the expected outcomes.

12 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Transport, Shipping & Logistics

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

Compliance cost monitoring needs to include design and manufacturing regulations governed by the Road Vehicle Standards Act, Heavy Vehicle Industry Australia advises.

11 February 2020 - Knowledge

New restrictions on director resignations and personal liability for GST introduced

#Corporate & Commercial Law

Long awaited reforms targeted at reducing illegal phoenix activities were passed by Parliament this week, with director accountability front and centre.

11 February 2020 - Knowledge

Inside track: Construction & Infrastructure

#Construction & Infrastructure

Hochtief subsidiary CPB Contractors has won two projects with a total value of AU$164m (£85m) to upgrade regional highways in Victoria and Queensland, Australia

11 February 2020 - Knowledge

California sets new standard for privacy in the US

#Data & Privacy

From the start of this year, the US has a new high water mark for privacy regulation. The California Consumer Privacy Act has come in to effect, and it can apply to entities located outside that state. 

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24 January 20 - In the News

Drone use - the potential benefits for regional Queensland

Commercial sectors have been benefiting from the use of drones in an increasing variety of ways, offering high value gains in efficiencies, productivity, safety and marketing.

20 January 20 - In the News

‘Corporatisation’ of the industry: Trucking is taking on operational aspects beloved of big business

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

In my 15 years observing the transport industry, perhaps the biggest shift that I have noticed has been what I refer to as the increasing ‘corporatisation’ of the industry.

08 January 20 - In the News

Buying and selling rural property in Queensland

The sale of rural property is unique. There are a number of key provisions that are required which are not contemplated by standard REIQ contracts of sale that must be addressed before a contract is signed.