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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.

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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.

 

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Updates

  1. 28 Sep 16

    Resource companies note the remaining MERCPA provisions commence

    The remaining provisions of the Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Act 2014 (Qld) commenced on 27 September 2016. Overlapping coal and CSG tenure holders should be aware that if the new overlapping tenures framework under Chapter 4 of MERCPA applies to them, there are certain post-commencement obligations they may need to comply with within a relatively short timeframe.

  2. 27 Sep 16

    Protect your investment - important advice for inbound and outbound investors

    Even in relatively sophisticated investment destinations, investors are subject to the risk of government action such as legislative and other regulatory changes that diminish the value of an investment. These risks can be protected against by intelligent structuring of an investment so as to gain the protection of a bilateral investment treaty.

  3. 27 Sep 16

    Foreign Investor Surcharge - Additional tax payable by foreign purchasers of residential land

    On 1 July 2015, Victoria introduced a controversial new tax known as ‘foreign purchaser additional duty’. One year on, both New South Wales and Queensland have introduced similar provisions and Victoria has increased the surcharge from 3% to 7%.

  4. 16 Sep 16

    Body corporates and local councils could work together to deal with parking infringements

    Parking has become a key issue in many strata schemes due to increasing population and a greater number of vehicles. From 30 November 2016, body corporates and local councils can enter into licence agreements where councils may erect signs restricting parking and in the event of breaches of those parking restrictions, rangers may issue penalty infringement notices.

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Recent experience

Western Grazing station acquisition by Paraway Pastoral

Western Grazing station acquisition by Paraway Pastoral Our Food and Agribusiness group is proud to have advised Macquarie Group's Paraway Pastoral in their Western Grazing station acquisitions. Backed by an offshore pension fund, the company acquired...

Western Grazing station acquisition by Paraway Pastoral

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

Mort & Co Capital Raising

McCullough Robertson’s Food and Agribusiness (FAB) group recently acted for Mort and Co in its $16 million Capital Raising, to fund expansions at the company's two feedlots in southern Queensland.

Mort & Co Capital Raising

Celebrating the commencement of the construction phase for Jewel

McCullough Robertson’s Real Estate Group recently acted for Wanda Ridong in the acquisition of the 1.3 hectare beachfront Jewel project site on the Gold Coast. Jewel, a joint venture between Wanda Group and Ridong Development Group, will comprise of...

Celebrating the commencement of the construction phase for Jewel
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Debating with UK's Alexei Sayle

Our International Lead Partner, John Kettle, recently waxed lyrical with UK comedian Alexei Sayle. Drawing on his Irish lineage to debate  Who will politically self-implode first: Australia or the UK?, John united with Alexei and Lee McGowan for Team UK at the Brisbane Writers Festival Great Debate.  
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Debating with UK's Alexei Sayle

McR Private

Whether it is protecting your business and personal wealth, growing and consolidating your business or planning for your personal and commercial needs for the future, McCullough Robertson is here to help protect, grow and plan with you.

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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.

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ThreeSixty - August 2016

ThreeSixty McCullough Robertson’s magazine dedicated to Local Government.  In this edition we look at how Councils across Queensland, and in particular regional and rural areas are delivering for their communities often under challenging circumstances. Click here to download the August 2016 edition.

ThreeSixty - August 2016
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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.

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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.

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The Chairman's Red Blog
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