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Corporate & Commercial Advisory

Russell Kennedy supports major public and private companies, foreign corporations, financiers and investors, property developers, family businesses and government bodies with trusted legal advice across the full spectrum of corporate advisory and commercial matters.

 

We understand that establishing, managing and growing a business requires a strategic focus and the ability to identify and address challenges and opportunities. Drawing on our premium expertise and a genuine understanding of the industry sectors our clients operate within, we partner with you to provide smart, meaningful insights and advice.

Russell Kennedy’s specialist commercial lawyers help you to achieve your commercial goals while navigating the increasingly regulated business environment. Our corporate advisory expertise allows us to identify the right people and resources to build valued, lasting relationships with those we work with. 

Our areas of expertise include commercial agreements, procurement and tenders, corporate governance, business and investment structuring, Corporations Act and competition and consumer law compliance, foreign investment approval, business finance and capital raising, business succession and risk management.

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