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We’re here to help you succeed.  Industry specialists combining legal expertise with deep industry knowledge and foresight.  We invest in long-term relationships, taking the time to get to know you, your business and your industry, inside and out.  Because like you, we’re in it for the long-term.

 

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  1. 13 Mar 17

    The BIM momentum continues - Queensland Government releases its draft policy and principles

    The Queensland Government has recognised the importance of Building Information Modelling in the delivery and management of infrastructure assets and is looking to implement the use of BIM on all major state infrastructure projects by 2023.

  2. 10 Mar 17

    Payroll tax considerations for restructuring and insolvency professionals

    The State revenue authorities are becoming savvier in identifying tax shortfalls, whilst simultaneously improving the effectiveness of their debt recovery processes. In recent years, this has involved enforcing the joint and several liability provisions to try and ensure recovery of unpaid liabilities from group members. In this alert we set out some of the important considerations that restructuring and insolvency professionals need to be aware of from a payroll tax grouping perspective.

  3. 10 Mar 17

    Reflections on the Australian Building Systems case, the position of a mortgagee in possession and income tax

    Despite the decision in FCT v Australian Building Systems Pty Ltd, there are still possible tax benefits for a secured creditor to enforce their security by way of a mortgagee in possession rather than appointing a receiver.

  4. 10 Mar 17

    Foreign resident capital gains withholding and insolvency arena

    The foreign resident capital gains withholding provisions came into effect from 1 July 2016 and have changed the procedural way that disposals of Australian real estate are carried out. Broadly, the FRCGW requires a purchaser who acquires certain Australian real estate assets from a foreign resident vendor to withhold and remit to the Australian Taxation Office 10% of the market value purchase price paid.

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McCullough Robertson advises Graphite Corp on capital raising

McCullough Robertson has advised GraphiteCorp Limitedís board of directors on the terms of hybrid equity to fund Graphitecorpís downstream integration to supply advanced battery materials, equipment and services to the global Lithium Ion Battery market.

McCullough Robertson advises Graphite Corp on capital raising

McCullough Robertson advises on world first transaction as RACQ secures mutual bank merger

Our Corporate team has advised RACQ on its merger with QT Mutual Bank. Lead Partner on the deal Jim Peterson said the merger, which completed in November 2016, was the first of its kind in the world, and would provide Queenslanders with a new member-owned force in banking.

McCullough Robertson advises on world first transaction as RACQ secures mutual bank merger

Real Estate advises R&F Properties on its 10,000 apartment development at Springfield

Our Real Estate team has advised Chinese development and investment group Guangzhou R&F Properties Co., Limited on its agreement to deliver a major medium-high density apartment project at Springfield in partnership with Etone Aus

Real Estate advises R&F Properties on its 10,000 apartment development at Springfield

McCullough Robertson advises QIC on landmark deal to acquire North Australian Pastoral Company

McCullough Robertson advises QIC on landmark deal to acquire North Australian Pastoral Company Our Food and Agribusiness group acted for Queensland Investment Corporation (QIC) in a landmark deal to acquire an 80 percent interest in one of...

McCullough Robertson advises QIC on landmark deal to acquire North Australian Pastoral Company
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