Martin Deutsch is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution and Litigation group. For over 25 years he has acted for a number of publicly listed and multi-national corporations, including shopping centre owners and managers, banks, insurers, manufacturers and various other business enterprises on a variety of complex and often multifaceted legal matters. Martin practices in the area of commercial dispute resolution, specialising in property and leasing based disputes. Martin has extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution, including mediation. Martin is an experienced mediator acting both as a party representative and an independent mediator and in 2004 was appointed to the panel of the NSW Retail Tenancy Unit.
Martin’s specialist areas of expertise are:
Martin is recognised as providing pragmatic, industry specific advice to clients and is relied upon for his involvement in their business decisions. To his longstanding clients, Martin has become a trusted counsel and advisor, providing commercial solutions for corporate problems.
Martin was one of two key advisers to the owner of a Sydney CBD office building in relation to a proposal to develop serviced apartments. He's also acting for one of the market leaders in hospitality venues, including the largest venue of its type in the Southern Hemisphere in relation to various commercial issues.
Martin’s other experience includes:
07 Dec 23 - Brisbane
Join our Brisbane Construction, Infrastructure & Projects team as they count down the construction cases that mattered in 2023. Our presenters will look at the facts of each case, the decision, the lessons to be learnt and what they mean in a practical sense for the industry as we move into 2024.
07 Dec 23
To help you understand greenwashing and the regulatory risks associated with non-compliance, Partner, Joanne Jary will discuss the risks, law and enforcement action examples to learn from. While with mandatory sustainability reporting on the way, Partner, Vanessa Maruna will discuss sustainability in the ports sector, proposed reporting standards and what ports need to do to be ready for the mandatory reporting.