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Commercial Lawyers

The Commercial Litigation team at Turner Freeman Lawyers specialises in a number of areas primarily including commercial law and contractual disputes, corporations disputes, trade practices, defamation, insolvency, bankruptcy, debt recovery and dispute resolution. We provide our law services to many industries including aviation, banking and finance, construction, health, media and tourism.

We act in a broad range of matters from small law disputes to complex commercial law disputes. Our commercial lawyers are experienced in conducting litigation in Australian federal and state courts. We are a strong team of lawyers that works hard to ensure that our clients are equipped to make informed decisions as to how to conduct their litigation and any negotiations.

We provide our clients with sound commercial advice and results. Our team of commercial lawyers is dedicated to providing our clients with cost effective commercial results that allow our clients to carry on with their own businesses and personal lives. We work hard to build strong and lasting relationships with our clients.

Our aim is to give our clients a clear and concise understanding of their matter so as they can assess the options available to them in order to allow them to make an informed and cost effective commercial decision.

We work closely with our clients. Our  commercial lawyers are approachable and always contactable. The commercial lawyer who works on your matter will always be the one to discuss your matter with you. We have a strong team of associates and our partners are always accessible to discuss your matter if needed.

Where litigation is unavoidable, we pursue our client’s position rigorously. We work hard and efficiently to ensure that our client’s position is clearly and concisely put to any Court. We pursue all our matters in the most cost effective way.


Commercial Law Expertise

  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Board and Executive Solutions & Compliance
  • Restructuring
  • Foreign Investment
  • Corporations Act
  • Health Industry