When it comes to building and construction legal matters, RBN have got you covered. Our partner Murdock Cheng Legal Practice is a modern law firm with offices in the Melbourne and Sydney CBD.
They focus on providing practical legal solutions to individuals, partnerships and small to medium sized businesses.
Speak to Principal Lawyer:
Damin Murdock (03) 8899 7870
Discount comparable building industry lawyer rates.
30 minute phone consultation.
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION LAW
The building & construction industry is riddled with complex litigation and contracts. If your contracts are not well drafted and your disputes not well managed, trading in the building and construction industry can become a high risk, low revenue business endeavour.
Murdock Cheng Legal Practice acts for both licensed contractors and trades. We have a comprehensive legal understanding of the building and construction industry and we continue to update our knowledge in the legal developments which affect our clients.
We are passionate about commercial law and most of our lawyers also hold bachelor degrees in commerce or finance. We thrive on helping our clients commercialise their intellectual property, goods and services.
All matters are handled by legal practitioners and not conveyancers to ensure your property affairs are handled in accordance with the highest professional standards and expertise.
NEW BUSINESS AND START UP LAW
Whether you’re bootstrapping in a co-working space or just successfully pitched to some angle investors, we understand your legal needs and financial constraints and we tailor our services to fit your requirements.
WORK PLACE LAW
We are more than unfair dismissal lawyers.
MCLP is a multi-practice law firm which focuses on education, prevention and legal representation with respect to various forms of workplace issues for both employers and employees.
RETAIL BUSINESS LAW
Retail businesses are regulated by a wide range of business, competition and consumer protection legislation. In the initial stages of establishing a retail business, retailers are protected under the Retail Leases Act 1994 when leasing a retail premises.
The level of protection shifts rapidly once the retail shop is opened, as Australian Consumer Laws impose certain implied warranties for consumer goods and transactions. There are also various legal issues in-between, such as fitting out the retail premises, securing wholesale or distributed goods, opening bank accounts and employing staff.
Murdock Cheng Legal Practice understands the practical effects of participating in a legal dispute. For companies, legal proceedings can be a time consuming exercise which causes significant disruptions to the workflow of your business. For individuals, a legal dispute can become a costly and stressful exercise which may result in an emotional turmoil.
MCLP takes a proactive and calculated approach when issuing legal proceedings. The decision to issue legal proceedings is derived from a well thought out process beginning with a free consultation to develop a litigation strategy which can achieve the best possible outcome for our clients, based on their needs, resources and desires.