Corporate and Commercial

Our deep industry knowledge enables us to guide clients in their commercial dealings throughout all stages of corporate development. We advise clients across a wide range of key industries and professions including Australian public and private companies and SMEs, multinational companies, large professional member organisations, private clients, not-for-profit organisations, and government entities and departments.
Understanding clients’ specific industry drivers and risks enables us to provide comprehensive legal advice and assist their navigation of legal and commercial contingences which may affect corporate and commercial operations in dealing with regulators.



  • Health,
  • Apr 12, 2019
  • Author: Shannon Mony
  • INSIGHT: Police in Victoria and Western Australia, to share information with AHPRA

    In July 2018 the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Victoria Police announced a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) regarding information sharing. Under the Victorian agreement, AHPRA can disclose information to Victoria Police where there are allegations or evidence of criminal offending including physical harm, sexual offending, production of exploitative material, or drug offences. The […]

  • Health,
  • Apr 12, 2019
  • Author: Nevena Brown
  • INSIGHT: Professional Performance under the Spotlight | Inquiry into the actions of the regulator and local health district

    From 1999 onwards, Dr Emil Gayed worked in public and private hospitals across NSW. During that time, complaints and concerns were raised regarding Dr Gayed’s professional practice and performance. Dr Gayed was disqualified from practice following a Tribunal finding that Dr Gayed had engaged in numerous incidences of unsatisfactory professional conduct, and that together they […]

  • Health,
  • Mar 21, 2019
  • Author: Kellie Dell’Oro
  • INSIGHT: New powers used by Health Complaints Commissioner to stop unregistered service providers making false claims

    The Victorian Health Complaints Commissioner (the Commissioner) can now issue general health warnings and ban unregistered service providers from treating patients, even before a complaint investigation is completed, if the Commissioner believes a health provider poses a serious danger to the public.  A breach of the new General Code of Conduct[1] (the Code) for providers […]