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Our team cover just about every area of the law so our clients always know they being looked after by the best.

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INTRODUCTION:

INTRODUCTION Carneys Lawyers is a leading commercial law firm with offices in the Central Business District of Sydney, with affiliated offices in Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra. Since its beginnings in 1964, the firm has provided successful specialised legal services to the Australian community.

SERVICES:

SERVICES Aviation-and-Transport Business-law Commercial-litigation Employment-and-workplace-relations Insolvency Motor-Accidents Personal-Injury Property-Law Wills-and-Estates

Aviation-and-Transport:

Aviation-and-Transport Risk management: Our lawyers can advise you on all the aspects of transporting goods within Australia and New Zealand and offshore. From freight to insurance, from shipping costs and regulation, to the laws governing ports and air carriage. International expertise: We have the experience in dealing with transport issues domestically and internationally. Unique insight: Our lawyers know the market. We understand the sale and purchase, shipping, charter party, freight handling and insurance issues that could affect your transactions.

Business-law:

Business-law Carneys Lawyers can provide excellent advice when it comes to the purchase or sale of a business. We can advise the business owner in relation to the wide range of issues that arise when selling. Because buying or selling a business is complex and involves both commercial and legal decisions, we can advise on the various structures to be utilised, and the investigations to be carried out. We’ll then assist in relation to leasing, employment and contracts. We have years of experience with franchises, insurance and contracts. Our goal is to make sure your business runs smoothly.

Commercial-litigation:

Commercial-litigation 1. Corporations Act, Directors duties and responsibilities and shareholder and partnership disputes 2.Claims under the Trade Practices Act and Fair Trading Act. 3.Contractual Claims. 4.Equity proceedings including injunctions, claims arising from contracts for sale of land, rectification and constructive trusts. 5.Debt recovery, insolvency and bankruptcy. 6.Intellectual property claims. 7.Franchise disputes. 8.Succession Act claims and contested Wills. 9.Building and Construction Law. 10.Land and Environment Court proceedings. 11.Class Actions.

Employment-and-workplace-relations:

Employment-and-workplace-relations The implementation of enterprise agreements. Employment contracts. Wrongful/unlawful terminations of employment and applications for reinstatement and/or compensation. Industrial dispute prevention, management and resolution. Employment law aspects of insolvency administration. Employee share schemes and other schemes to remunerate employees in accordance with their productivity. Discrimination and equal opportunity claims. Restraint provisions for employees and the principals of businesses.

Insolvency:

Insolvency 1. Administrations, receiverships and liquidations 2. Acting for creditors and debtors in company wind up applications and bankruptcy actions. 3. Investigation and litigation funding 4. Voidable preferences and uncommercial transactions 5. Liens and retentions of title 6. Competing securities 7. Enforcement of securities and debt subordination 8. Asset recovery 9. Operation of industrial law and instruments in insolvency scenarios and upon sale of business

Motor-accidents:

Motor-accidents The Specialist Accreditation Scheme was instigated by the NSW Law Society as a way to assist potential claimants, and other legal practitioners, to find a practitioner with proven capability in specialist areas of law, personal injury being one of these. To be a Personal Injury Accredited Specialist, a solicitor must have at least five years full time practice, at least three years specialty work, and have passed rigorous exams in the relevant law. The Scheme has been instrumental in assisting claimants in identifying a solicitor who can genuinely be considered a respected and well-regarded specialist in personal injury.

Personal-injury:

Personal-injury The Specialist Accreditation Scheme was instigated by the NSW Law Society as a way to assist potential claimants, and other legal practitioners, to find a practitioner with proven capability in specialist areas of law, personal injury being one of these. To be a Personal Injury Accredited Specialist, a solicitor must have at least five years full time practice, at least three years specialty work, and have passed rigorous exams in the relevant law. The Scheme has been instrumental in assisting claimants in identifying a solicitor who can genuinely be considered a respected and well-regarded specialist in personal injury, as opposed to self-proclaimed specialists or experts in personal injury. It was instigated to protect the claimant and the profession.

Personal-injury:

Personal-injury The Specialist Accreditation Scheme was instigated by the NSW Law Society as a way to assist potential claimants, and other legal practitioners, to find a practitioner with proven capability in specialist areas of law, personal injury being one of these. To be a Personal Injury Accredited Specialist, a solicitor must have at least five years full time practice, at least three years specialty work, and have passed rigorous exams in the relevant law. The Scheme has been instrumental in assisting claimants in identifying a solicitor who can genuinely be considered a respected and well-regarded specialist in personal injury, as opposed to self-proclaimed specialists or experts in personal injury. It was instigated to protect the claimant and the profession.

Property-law:

Property-law Our expertise and experience lets us offer innovative approaches and options to property acquisition and development, including ownership techniques. Our advice is practical and commercial, and is delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner. We recognise that each of our clients is unique and has different needs, expectations and objectives. We work hard to understand our clients, and their business, so we can work with them to meet their needs and objectives. From Carneys Lawyers, you can expect a personalised approach to service. Our small and effective teams, together with our partners and senior lawyers, are ‘hands on’, so that clients always have access to the person they know and trust.

Wills-and-estates:

Wills-and-estates We can also discuss the appointment of an Executor, the position of blended families, insurance and superannuation entitlements and also prepare testamentary trusts. We are very experienced on all matters involving probate applications and estate administration. We work quickly so that the assets in the estate can be sold or transferred with monies passed across to beneficiaries without undue stress and delay. We can advise people in relation to challenging a will where they believe that no proper provision has been made for them. We can also act for people, or for an executor to resist such claims. We are experienced in the use of Testamentary Trusts and estate planning.

CONTACT-US:

CONTACT-US Adress: Level 5, 70 Castlereagh Street SYDNEY NSW 2000 Phone: (+61 2) 8226 5555 Fax: (+61 2) 8226 5556 Email:law@carneys.com.au DX Address: DX 998 SYDNEY

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