Building the big picture, every day

We take the time to get to know you and your business.

Building the big picture, every day

Proven responsibility since 1926

We give back to our community.

Proven responsibility since 1926

Collaboration with common goals

We bring integrity and openness to all our dealings.

Collaboration with common goals
1 2 3

A big firm without the attitude.

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.

 

More Detail

Updates

  1. 23 Jun 17

    the round up - John Simpson QRAA and the Farm Debt Mediation framework

    From 1 July, financial institutions will now be required to engage in a formal mediation process with debt-stressed Queensland farmers before starting any enforcement actions. In this episode, Trent Thorne speaks to John Simpson from the Queensland Rural Adjustment Authority on the new Farm Debt Mediation framework.

  2. 19 Jun 17

    Non-conforming building products: Are you going to be personally liable for them?

    The recent and very tragic Grenfell Tower fire in London brings to the forefront concerns on a domestic level as to the quality of the building products used in Australia. It also draws attention to audits conducted in various states regarding non-conforming building products, such as the External Wall Cladding Audit conducted by the Victorian Building Authority last year.

  3. 16 Jun 17

    Queensland Supreme Court dismisses challenge to differential rating categories

    On 15 June 2017, Mullins J of the Supreme Court of Queensland handed down her decision in Ugarin Pty Ltd v Lockyer Valley Regional Council. The case demonstrates the broad discretion that a Queensland local government has in deciding the different categories of rateable land and how it goes about describing each of the categories.

  4. 16 Jun 17

    ILUAs fit the Bill - Senate resolves uncertainty

    The Native Title Amendment (Indigenous Land Use Agreements) Bill 2017 has been passed. The Bill reverses the effect of the decision in McGlade v Native Title Registrar & Ors [2017] FCAFC 10 and restores the status quo in respect of the execution and registration of Indigenous Land Use Agreements.

More Detail

Recent experience

Green light for Toowong's three tower complex

Acting on behalf of property developer Sunland Group, McCullough Robertson won an appeal against the approval of Sunland’s Grace on Coronation development in the Planning and Environment Court. Partner Stuart Macnaughton and Senior Associate Rachel...

Green light for Toowong's three tower complex

MSL Solutions lists on the ASX

McCullough Robertson advised MSL Solutions Limited (ASX:MPW) on its listing on the Australian Stock Exchange bringing to a close its initial public offering. MSL is a global provider of software solutions in the sport, leisure and hospitality sector.

MSL Solutions lists on the ASX

Malabar Coal's acquisition of Drayton

McCullough Robertson was one of two firms appointed to advise Malabar Coal Limited on the acquisition of Anglo’s 88.17% interest in the Drayton thermal coal mine and Drayton South project in New South Wales, which were affected by a sale of shares...

Malabar Coal's acquisition of Drayton

Commercial and Tax team advise MTA in the successful selldown of a 50 per cent shareholding

McCullough Robertson acted for Mobile Travel Agents (MTA) in the successful selldown of a 50 per cent shareholding to Helloworld Limited, which completed on 1 December 2016. MTA is a leading home-based travel consultancy business in Australia.

Commercial and Tax team advise MTA in the successful selldown of a 50 per cent shareholding
1 2 3 4
More Detail

ThreeSixty - June 2017

ThreeSixty McCullough Robertson’s magazine dedicated to Local Government.  In this edition we look at how Councils across Queenslandare embracing the use of technology and innovation to help drive growth in their regions. Click here to view the June 2017 edition.

ThreeSixty - June 2017
More detail

Back to Black

Back to Black provides regular updates and discussion on proposed changes in law, landmark cases and new and novel approaches to restructuring and insolvency both in Australia and around the globe.

Click here to read and subscribe.

Back to Black
More detail

Collared

McCullough Robertson’s newest blog dedicated to the law of white collar crime, providing regular updates on topics including fraud, embezzlement, cartel conduct, insider trading and high profile media cases.

Click here to read and subscribe.

Collared
MORE DETAIL

The Handshake

McCullough Robertson’s commercial law blog provides regular updates and discussion on commercial and contractual issues, including intellectual property and competition, affecting Australian business.

Click here to read and subscribe.

The Handshake
MORE DETAIL

The Chairman's Red Blog

This blog is a companion to The Chairman's Red Book. It is written for chairman and directors, providing an overview of relevant laws and regulations applicable to their roles.

Click here to read and subscribe.

The Chairman's Red Blog
MORE DETAIL