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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

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Emerging video artist wins Holding Redlich $10,000 art prize

Emerging video artist wins Holding Redlich $10,000 art prize

National law firm Holding Redlich has announced video artist Priya Namana as the winner of the 2019 Peter Redlich Memorial Art Prize.
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11 December 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Planning, Environment & Sustainability

#Planning, Environment & Sustainability

Industrial property occupiers forced out of the constrained Sydney market are flocking to Melbourne for space, and Brisbane is tipped to be next in line

11 December 2019 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government

We look at the latest NSW government news and summarise the new regime that has been introduced allowing tenderers to challenge certain tender processes.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Court of Appeal bowls over Strike’s argument

#Property & Real Estate

We examine a recent court case between a landlord and a recreation tenant that has given some guidance on the interpretation of common market rent review clauses in commercial leases.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Employment and privacy in the surveillance age

#Data & Privacy

Employers collecting employee data to manage risk and business activities will need to exercise caution, a recent media report suggests. We outline the complex legal issues.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Expert guide: Be ready for 2020

#Agribusiness, #Corporate & Commercial Law, #Data & Privacy, #Immigration Law, #Native Title, #Planning, Environment & Sustainability, #Property & Real Estate, #Technology, Media & Telecommunications, #Transport, Shipping & Logistics, #Workplace Relations & Safety, #Procurement

New whistleblower requirements, increased pressure to protect data globally, turbulence in the communications sector, and intensifying drought management issues - 2020 is set to be a significant time of change across many industries.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

The bill is back – legislation on Director Identification Numbers resurrected

#Corporate & Commercial Law

The Government has reintroduced a lapsed legislation regarding registrations for Australian company directors. We outline what’s changed in this bill.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

New rights for tenderers to challenge NSW Government procurement processes

#Procurement, #Construction & Infrastructure, #Government

A new regime for tenderers to challenge certain NSW Government tender processes has just commenced. We outline the processes under the new regime.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

E-conveyancing under the competition microscope

#Property & Real Estate

The ACCC has recommended a new round of regulatory development to ensure that the PEXA e-conveyancing system does not become a monopoly.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Tribunal rules retail landlords cannot claw back fit-out costs from defaulting tenants

#Dispute Resolution & Litigation

We examine a recent Tribunal decision in Victoria regarding a landlord’s ability to claw back a fit-out contribution paid to a tenant upon early termination of a lease.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Is your casual farm worker now a permanent employee?

#Agribusiness

Casual workers can be a fantastic resource for farmers ready to reap a bountiful harvest, or complete laborious one-off tasks on a property. 

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Work Health & Safety

#Workplace Relations & Safety

A company in Queensland and one of its officers have been fined $54,000 after a woman was injured when a water tank being delivered to her property struck her.

10 December 2019 - Knowledge

Inside track: Competition & Consumer Law

#Competition & Consumer Law

The payments follow an ACCC investigation into whether Coles fully passed on to Norco a 10 cents per litre (cpl) price rise it charged consumers for Coles branded fresh milk, as it claimed it would do in Coles’ marketing materials. ACCC Chair Rod Sims said they believed this was an egregious breach of the Australian Consumer Law and had a strong case to allege misleading conduct.

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10 December 19 - In the News

Is your casual farm worker now a permanent employee?

Casual workers can be a fantastic resource for farmers ready to reap a bountiful harvest, or complete laborious one-off tasks on a property. 

09 December 19 - In the News

Elanor Investors Group acquires 2 boutique hotels

The Mayfair Hotel and Adabco Boutique Hotel have been acquired by Elanor Investors Group with assistance from Holding Redlich.

09 December 19 - Media Release

Holding Redlich advises on two iconic Adelaide hotel acquisitions

National law firm Holding Redlich has acted for ASX-listed Elanor Investors Group on its acquisition of two iconic boutique hotels in the Adelaide CBD.