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Commercial Litigation

Our experience and commitment to clients

Often businesses will find themselves in disputes arising out of commercial relationships that have gone sour. If your business is in this position and just can't seem to resolve the dispute, it might be time to go to Court. 

Alternatively, you may be on the other side of the coin, and be drawn into Court proceedings by another party.

In either event, you can be confident that our team of expert litigators are tenacious, dedicated and focussed - a team that you will be pleased to have working for you! 

Proven expertise

Our litigation team has significant experience, and has achieved excellent results, in all jurisdictions across Australia. We have a diverse range of experience within the team and will represent your business with the utmost professionalism and integrity. Our team can quickly understand the key issues at stake and develop sound legal strategies to ensure a successful outcome.

Most importantly, we understand the commercial impact litigation can have on a business and will always try to minimise that impact, and act in the best interests of your business. 

We can help you with:

  • Contractual disputes;
  • Enforcement of commercial agreements;
  • Property disputes;
  • Retail and commercial lease disputes;
  • Breaches of Manufacturing and Supply Agreements;
  • Australian Consumer Law disputes;
  • Consumer Guarantees;
  • Misleading and Deceptive Conduct;
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency;
  • Construction disputes;
  • Information and Technology related disputes;
  • Licensing and franchising;
  • Confidentiality disputes;
  • Corporations law and disputes; and,
  • Shareholder disputes.

To achieve the best outcome in Court for your business please contact our experienced litigators or to make an appointment at one of our offices, please select from the below.

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Publications

  • Corporate Insolvency: Setting aside or terminating a winding up order - 2 Mar 2020
    Maria Yum
    Associate Maria Yum addresses how a winding up order can be brought to an end by the Court – either via a court application to have the winding up order set aside or a court application to have the winding up order stayed or terminated.
  • Payroll Tax Grouping Provisions - 26 Nov 2019
    Krishneel Nath, Harkiran Kaur
    Grouping provisions under the Payroll Taxation Act are often misunderstood. In this article, Senior Associate Krishneel Nath and Lawyer Harkiran Kaur explain Payroll Tax Grouping Provisions in simple terms.
  • CBD-Style Legal Services Now on the Doorstep for Campbelltown-Macarthur Residents - 23 Jul 2019
    Warrick McLean
    Residents and businesses within the Campbelltown-Macarthur region now have access to a wider range of commercial and personal legal services, expertise and support following Coleman Greig Lawyers' opening of offices in the centrally-located Oran Park Podium.
  • Preventing and Resolving Software Implementation Disputes - 14 May 2019
    Mario Rashid-Ring
    Conflicts often arise between businesses and the providers of their software solutions. Unfortunately, what often follows is that the software implementations are stalled and delayed, there are losses to productivity, wasted expenditure on investment, significant legal fees, and unfulfilled expectations and disappointment on both sides of the fence.
  • Should I Mediate or Litigate my Dispute? - 15 Mar 2019
    Laura Bazouni
    The uncertainty of litigation can be frustrating - as it is impossible to guarantee just what will happen, how long the case will take or how much it will cost.  Mediation, on the other hand, is an alternative dispute resolution process with the potential to resolve disputes quickly, affordably and with limited stress for the parties involved.  
  • Redefining applications for preliminary discovery - 12 Nov 2018
    Mario Rashid-Ring
    Deciding whether or not to commence legal proceedings can often be a difficult decision. To assist with this, applications for preliminary discovery can be made to obtain documents from a prospective defendant, which often provides insight into whether or not proceedings should be commenced.
  • Indemnity clauses: a cautionary tale for businesses - 14 Nov 2017
    Mario Rashid-Ring
    The recent NSW Court of Appeal Decision, CSR Limited v Adecco (Australia) Pty Ltd, illustrates the risks of an ambiguously drafted indemnity clause, as well as the circumstances in which a Court may determine if an indemnity clause continues to operate after the formal expiration of a fixed term contract.
  • Industry recognition for expertise and impact - 6 Sep 2017
    Warrick McLean
    Coleman Greig is thrilled with the recent recognition of two of its Principals, Malcolm Gittoes-Caesar and Caroline Hutchinson, in industry awards.

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