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

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Holding Redlich recognised as thought leader in employment law
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Holding Redlich recognised as thought leader in employment law

Holding Redlich has been recognised as the exclusive 'Thought Leader for Employment' for Australasia in the first Lexology content marketing awards. Lexology distributes legal-themed updates and bulletins, including articles written by Holding Redlich's lawyers, to its subscribers, publishing more than 450 articles daily that have been supplied by over 800 law firms and service providers.  
Holding Redlich workplace relations & safety partner Michael Selinger, a regular article contributor, said he was delighted that the firm's workplace team has been recognised in the awards: "This is an area of law that is always changing and where there is no shortage of interesting cases, trends and legislative changes to document and analyse. It's great to see that our articles are proving so popular among Lexology's readership."
Managing director of Lexology Edward Costelloe said: “The awards have been carefully designed to recognise those authors and firms who consistently provide our subscribers with useful, insightful legal updates and we are delighted to recognise excellence in legal content today.” 


Recent Posts

17 October 2018 - Knowledge

The battle of the forms continues

#Construction & Infrastructure

The 'battle of the forms' is a tale as old as time with counterparties often exchanging contractual terms (quotes, invoices, purchase orders, contracts and the like) in an attempt to ensure that their preferred terms prevail.

17 October 2018 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin


In this week’s NSW Government Bulletin, we look at the Independent Commission Against Corruption’s 2017-2018 year in its first annual report by Chief Commissioner Peter Hall QC.

16 October 2018 - Knowledge

Have we reached peak data breach notification fatigue?

#Data & Privacy

While the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal hogged headlines for months, the recent Google+ breach has missed making front page news.

16 October 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

Consumers to save millions with trader check in New South Wales.

16 October 2018 - Knowledge

Same, same but different – why you can’t assume copycat names won’t be registered

#Corporate & Commercial Law

A recent case is a reminder that, when it comes to assessing the similarities between competing business name registrations, a common sense approach won’t get you far.

16 October 2018 - Knowledge

SkillSelect update - 16 October 2018

#Immigration Law

Invitations for skilled migration are issued monthly. Here are the statistics for the September 2018 invitation round.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Construction & Infrastructure

ASX-Listed biopharma MGC Pharma has announced that Australians suffering from drug-resistant epilepsy will be able to access a new medical marijuana-based treatment by Dec this year.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

You’ve found a buyer for your business. But how will you and others be affected after the sale?

#Corporate & Commercial Law

Holding Redlich corporate & commercial partner Brendan Wykes, who recently sold his family business – a fresh food procurement and delivery service set up by his wife in 2012, outlines the post-sale restrictions that you need to take care with.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition and Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

NSW Fair Trading has successfully obtained an interim injunction in the NSW Supreme Court against Digital Marketing and Solutions Pty Ltd, and its sole director Mr Yuen Ho Wong, which prevents him from selling prohibited goods such as counterfeit mobile phone chargers, or misleading consumers by advertising that products are in stock when in fact, they aren’t.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

The war on the waste sector

#Transport, Shipping & Logistics

We look at the key waste management challenges for the waste sector.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin


No blanket exception to anti-discrimination laws currently exists to allow private schools to expel students on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity – and no such exemption should ever be introduced, according to the Law Council of Australia.

15 October 2018 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning & Environment

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Off-the-plan apartment buyers are being hit with the double-whammy of tougher home loan rules and falling property prices, leaving many struggling to complete their purchases.

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02 October 18 - In the News

Top law firms support worthy causes

Some of Australia’s top firms and lawyers continue their support of worthy causes, with three firms recently announcing various programs.

27 September 18 - Media Release

Holding Redlich expands its support for the arts with major Queensland prize

National law firm Holding Redlich is very pleased to announce its support for Queensland artists with a new sponsorship of a major arts prize.

25 September 18 - Media Release

A transformation in the workplace as flexible work rates rise

National law firm Holding Redlich is pleased to report that it has seen a significant boost in the number of staff working flexibly in the last five years, as a result of a range of dedicated policies and programs.