Best Corporate Lawyer in Sunshine Coast
If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Corporate lawyer in Sunshine Coast gets difficult, then we are here to help you out with this. Below is a list of the best Sunshine Coast Corporate lawyer. To help you find the best corporate lawyer Sunshine Coast located near to you, we put together our own list based on Client reviews.
⇒ James Blevin
James Blevin is an accomplished business leader and finance professional. He has spent more than a decade working in multinational professional services firms, specialising in audit and assurance, risk advisory and corporate consulting. Some of his past clients include the Department of Transport and Main Roads, the University of the Sunshine Coast, and the Sunshine Coast Council.
- Corporate Consulting
- Audit & Assurance
⇒ Alex Thompson
Alex Thompson is a paralegal with Aitken Whyte Lawyers Sunshine Coast and is currently completing a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Economics from the University of Queensland. Alex’ position includes providing a resource to the law firm and to clients alike, appearing in courts including the Magistrates’, District and Supreme Courts and instructing barristers as required in trials and other hearings. Alex’ role is to work on matters on a day to day basis and otherwise assist the Solicitor Director and other solicitors in matters predominantly relating to commercial litigation, criminal litigation, disputes and other commercial work.
- Corporate Insolvency
- Litigation, Disputes & Professional Negligence
- Crime, Criminal Defence Law
⇒ Tania Gilmore
Tania Gilmore completed her Bachelor of Laws degree at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in 2002. She is admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland, High Court of Australia and is also admitted to practice as a solicitor in the United Kingdom.
- Commercial & Corporate Litigation
- Wills & Estates
- Commercial Conveyancing
⇒ Nicole Downs
Nicole Downs Admitted as a Solicitor of Supreme Court of Queensland in 2002, Nicole went on to develop her skillset as a senior associate at a national law firm to then working with a well-regarded private practice and now managing Spire Law’s property and commercial law and estate planning practice. Not many people can say they have experience across business acquisitions and sales, land acquisitions and sales, development of residential, commercial, and industrial land from concept to delivery, Community Titles Schemes, strata titling, commercial and retail leasing, corporate structuring and personal asset protection, and estate planning and administration, but she can.
- Corporate Structuring
- Commercial & Retail Leasing
- Estate Planning & Administration
⇒ Paul Kusy
Paul Kusy has been a lawyer since 1992 and has lived and worked on the Sunshine Coast since 1998. He was previously a Partner in the Sunshine Coast’s largest law firm, in charge of their commercial department. He is currently a director for the Buderim Foundation Ltd and he previously served for over 10 years as a director for the Queensland not for profit organisation, Community Solutions.
- Body Corporate
- Business Structuring
- Franchise Advice
⇒ Ted Tzovaras
Ted Tzovaras is an accomplished practising lawyer with an extensive and varied experience in commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution, and commercial transactions, corporate matters in Australia and internationally, spanning over almost four decades. He has acted as an instructing solicitor and appeared as an advocate in commercial litigation, international arbitration and criminal proceedings. He has acted as a legal representative in respect of major and complex commercial transactions and corporate matters.
- Corporate Restructuring
- Commercial Transactions
- Intellectual Property
⇒ Peter J. Arthur
Peter J. Arthur has been a solicitor for over 30 years. He completed his law degree with honours at the University of Adelaide, South Australia and is a Queensland Law Society approved Accredited Specialist in Commercial Litigation and a Registered Adjudicator under the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act (BCIPA) 2004.
- Bankruptcy and Corporate Insolvency
- Debt Recovery
- Commercial Litigation
⇒ Alison Fleming
Alison Fleming joined the firm in 2011 after extensive dealings with us in her prior role as corporate in-house lawyer for the Juniper group. Prior to that Alison was a senior associate at esteemed national top tier firm Deacons (now Norton Rose) acting for major shopping centres and commercial clients in the property and leasing division. She became a partner at the firm in 2018. With expertise in retail and commercial leasing, property development, body corporate law, sales and acquisitions of major sites, due diligence and the tender process, Alison brings invaluable expertise to the property division of the firm.
- Body Corporate Law
- Property Development
- Retail & Commercial Leasing
⇒ Annie Hayes
Annie Hayes After gaining three years’ experience in residential and commercial conveyancing while completing her law degree, Annie was admitted as a Lawyer in 2016 and began practicing property law in a medium sized firm in North Queensland. After making the move to the Sunshine Coast in 2018, Annie joined the Munro Thompson team as our Junior Property Lawyer. She advises clients on purchases and sales of commercial properties, commercial and retail leasing, sales and purchases of small to medium businesses including management rights, body corporate disputes, residential development and land subdivisions.
- Body Corporate Disputes
- Commercial & Retail Leasing
⇒ Difan Qu
Difan Qu is a member of Sajen’s commercial team and he is a corporate lawyer specialised in mergers and acquisitions and corporate commercial advisory. He is experienced in negotiating and drafting a wide range of commercial agreements. Prior to joining Sajen Difan has worked for two international law firms and he has experience advising both international and local clients.
- Corporate Commercial Advisory
- Intellectual Property
Corporate lawyers advise businesses on their legal obligations, rights, and responsibilities. Attorneys who call themselves corporate lawyers are usually corporate generalists, lawyers who advise businesses on their legal obligations, rights, and responsibilities, provide advice on business structures and evaluate ventures. In order to serve the sophisticated needs of their clients, corporate lawyers also coordinate with fellow transactional lawyers in such specialties as tax, ERISA, and real estate.
A corporate lawyer can help a client create, organize or dissolve a business entity. To form a corporation, attorneys draft articles of incorporation, which document the creation of the company and specify the management of internal affairs. Most states require a corporation to have bylaws defining the roles of officers of the company. Corporate lawyers also deal with business entities in the forms of partnerships, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, and business trusts; and each form has its own set of legal rights and responsibilities, organizational structure, and tax burdens.