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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 appoints new Planning, Environment & Sustainability partner

Holding Redlich appoints new Planning, Environment & Sustainability partner

National, commercial law firm, Holding Redlich, has appointed Thomas Kwok as a Sydney-based Planning and Environment partner.

Mr Kwok is an expert in planning, environment, administrative and government law, and he is particularly sought after where clients are faced with complex legal problems requiring clear thinking and a confident pathway forward.

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13 October 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition & Consumer

#Competition & Consumer Law

Australian law firm Slater and Gordon has filed a class action lawsuit against the dairy firm on behalf of investors who bought its shares over a nine-month period when it issued multiple earnings downgrades.

13 October 2021 - Knowledge

All doped up: The continuing challenge of dealing with doping in sports

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation

Keeping elite international sporting events free of banned substances is an endless game of cat and mouse. We discuss the legal efforts set up to do, in theory, exactly that.

13 October 2021 - Knowledge

Directors get ready – applications for Director Identification Numbers open in November

#Corporate & Commercial Law

After a long wait, applications for identification numbers are nearly open. While existing directors may have until next year, new directors will need to take action within 28 days.

13 October 2021 - Knowledge

Australia prepares to reopen international borders: Risks and considerations for travellers

#Immigration Law, #COVID-19

The Prime Minister has announced a plan to lift international travel bans for fully vaccinated Australians in November. Are there any risks? What should you be mindful of?

13 October 2021 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government, #Workplace Relations & Safety

In this edition, we look at key learnings from a recent decision by the Victorian Court of Appeal that ruled the State of Victoria breached its procedural fairness obligations with a ‘heavily redacted’ report into a harassment claim against an employee.

13 October 2021 - Knowledge

Queensland Government Bulletin

#Government

In this edition, we look at issues that can arise in claiming privilege over legal communications involving Queensland Government lawyers, and tips for maintaining privilege.

12 October 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

With 16 large-scale solar farms in operation and more under construction, the NSW workplace safety regulator will be visiting solar farm construction sites across regional NSW as part of a targeted safety campaign to ensure compliance.

12 October 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Healthcare

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation

From next week Australians who are severely immunocompromised will be offered the option to receive a third COVID-19 vaccine dose to boost their protection against COVID-19 to the highest level.

11 October 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Immigration

#Immigration Law

Migrants, refugees and international students will be supported to find work in South West Queensland’s agricultural sector as part of the Palaszczuk Government’s Diverse Queensland Workforce program.

11 October 2021 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

The Government has published the findings from our review of the Disability (Access to Premises – Building) Standards 2010, commonly known as the Premises Standards.

08 October 2021 - Knowledge

Superannuation monthly update – September 2021

#Superannuation, Funds Management & Financial Services

In this edition, we revisit key superannuation news, legislation, cases and developments in September.

07 October 2021 - Knowledge

Employment Law and Workplace Relations Monthly Update – September 2021

#Workplace Relations & Safety

The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action against a contract cleaning business located in the Hunter region of New South Wales and its director.

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13 October 21 - Media Release

Holding Redlich strengthens construction and infrastructure practice with appointment of partner Christine Lithgow

National law firm Holding Redlich has further strengthened its construction, infrastructure and major projects practice with the appointment of Christine Lithgow as partner in Sydney.

08 October 21 - Media Release

Tania Wursig wins Holding Redlich People's Choice Award 2021

Tania Wursig has won this year’s Holding Redlich People’s Choice Award with her painting titled, Chakita, a double portrait of couple Nikita Majajas and Charlie Villas from works selected for the 2021 Salon des Refusés: The alternative Archibald & Wynne Prize selection exhibition.

06 October 21 - In the News

ACT Law Society president helps launch Holding Redlich’s Canberra branch

Holding Redlich has opened its doors in Canberra and is building up its government law offering with some major hires – including the president of the ACT Law Society.