Krystal is a projects lawyer who specialises in front end project development, documentation and negotiation. She has worked in private practice and in-house roles in Australia and overseas, including a five-month secondment to a national construction group with an annual revenue approaching $1 billion.
Krystal’s experience includes advising clients in all areas of the project life cycle, from structuring, risk allocation and tendering through to negotiation and project delivery. She advises government clients, developers, contractors, operators and consultants on a wide range of major infrastructure projects including ports, solar, waste, mining and social infrastructure. Krystal also advises clients on regulatory and compliance issues including modern slavery and other matters relevant to construction and infrastructure.
Prior to joining Holding Redlich, Krystal gained back end litigation experience acting for two of the largest residential builders in Australia in disputes involving private homeowners and the Queensland Building and Construction Commission and the New South Wales Office of Fair Trading.
Krystal has been recognised in the 2022 edition of Doyles Guide as a rising star lawyer in Construction for Queensland.
Krystal’s experience includes:
10 November 2021 - Knowledge
#Renewable Energy, #Transport, Shipping & Logistics
Following a recent panel discussion on the rise of hydrogen as the fuel of the future, we discuss whether Australia can develop a hydrogen market and the key ingredients it needs to succeed.
22 Mar 22 to 09 Nov 22
In this seminar series, we look at the opportunities and issues for major infrastructure projects across a range of sectors, including health, housing and new energy. This seminar series is being offered in our Brisbane office and online. Registration for this seminar series is complimentary and now open.
07 Apr 22 to 10 Nov 22
More than ever, ports are vital nodes for an increasingly complex web of international trade and supply chains. Ports have become an increasing focus for security, environmental and competition regulation and their role and efficiency within global supply chains is being scrutinised by governments and industry alike. At the same time, ports find themselves at the forefront of the development and facilitation of alternative energy sources, often literally acting as the gatekeepers for the inflow of such technology and projects into Australia or out to the rest of the world. This series will look at how Australian ports might navigate these challenges and opportunities in 2022.
10 May 22 to 29 Nov 22
Holding Redlich is pleased to invite you to our 2022 Queensland local government seminar series which we have tailored specifically for mayors, councillors and Queensland local government employees including lawyers, town planners and compliance officers. These seminars will offer you insights, updates and practical tips from our experts on topics which we consider to be particularly relevant for local governments.