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Holding Redlich is a full service commercial law firm and has the breadth and depth of expertise to advise you on issues that may be affecting your business due to COVID-19.   


We remain committed to continuing to provide the highest quality legal services to you and your business.


We understand how stressful these uncertainties are. We are prepared, available and ready to assist you in navigating any legal issues before and as they arise. Our offices remain open and we can talk to you in person or via Skype/Webex if that is your preference.


With the full impact of COVID-19 likely to play out for some months yet, you may have questions or concerns regarding the potential impact on your business. Please visit our COVID-19 Resource Centre for further information or contact a team member today.

Recent Posts

14 March 2022 - Knowledge

NSW COVID-19 leasing laws changes again

#Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19

Further changes to the Retail and Other Commercial Leases (COVID-19) Regulation 2022 have been made today to redefine an impacted lessee and extend the protections for affected tenants until 30 June 2022.

02 March 2022 - Knowledge

A ‘sound, defensible and well-founded’ approach to dismissing unvaccinated employees

#Workplace Relations & Safety, #COVID-19

A recent Fair Work Commission decision has confirmed that employers covered by vaccination mandates will not be penalised for unfair dismissal if they follow a fair termination process.

19 January 2022 - Knowledge

Fair Work Commission upholds dismissal of unvaccinated worker

#Workplace Relations for Employees, #COVID-19

The Fair Work Commission has confirmed that an employee’s dismissal for refusing to comply with a Victorian COVID-19 vaccination mandate was not unfair.

17 January 2022 - Knowledge

Strengthening contracts for future lockdowns

#Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19

Learning lessons from lockdowns and equipping new contracts for future lockdowns.

17 January 2022 - Knowledge

Victoria’s Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme set to be extended

#Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19

In a press release issued on 15 January 2022, the Victorian Government announced that the Commercial Tenancy Relief Scheme will be extended until 15 March 2022 in response to the Omicron wave of COVID-19.

14 January 2022 - Knowledge

2022’s new NSW COVID-19 leasing laws

#Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19

The COVID-19 leasing moratorium has been extended to 13 March 2022. We explain the new laws and highlight key considerations for landlords and tenants.

07 December 2021 - Knowledge

More COVID-19 retail and commercial leasing changes

#Property, Planning & Development, #COVID-19

Even though NSW’s COVID-19 leasing laws end on 14 January 2022, changes are still being made. How will these changes impact landlords and their tenants?

17 November 2021 - Knowledge

How should employers respond to employees who refuse to wear a mask?

#Workplace Relations & Safety, #COVID-19

A recent Fair Work Commission decision confirms that mandatory mask requirements are lawful and reasonable in the context of COVID-19.

08 November 2021 - Knowledge

How to safely manage COVID-19 in the workplace

#Workplace Relations & Safety, #COVID-19

As Australia’s vaccination rates increase, businesses must now consider the interaction of unvaccinated individuals in the workplace and what they can do to maintain a safe working environment for all.

27 October 2021 - Knowledge

NSW Government Bulletin

#Government, #Construction, Infrastructure & Projects, #COVID-19

COVID-19 seemed to have come out of nowhere. Will its impact on the construction industry be a lasting driver for a more collaborative approach?

20 October 2021 - Knowledge

Supreme Court dismisses challenges to NSW Government’s COVID-19 public health orders

#Workplace Relations & Safety, #COVID-19

The NSW Supreme Court has dismissed two legal challenges seeking to invalidate public health orders which require workers in the aged care, construction, education and healthcare sectors to be vaccinated and impose strict lockdown restrictions for residents in areas of concern.

20 October 2021 - Knowledge

Changes to Australian citizenship law and travel exemptions for parents overseas

#Immigration Law, #COVID-19

Recent changes to Australia’s migration and citizenship laws include the expansion of the residence requirement to talent visa holders applying for citizenship, and overseas parents of Australian citizens and permanent residents now recognised as ‘immediate family’ for travel to Australia.