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
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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. 17 May 17

    FIRB fees - some relief at last

    Last week’s Federal Budget included a number of announcements relating to the foreign investment rules in Australia and unlike most other changes in the last few years, there is finally some good news, particularly for investors in the agricultural sector.

  2. 17 May 17

    Getting the Blues - Interstate comparatives now apply to WHS penalty assessments

    The recent District Court of Queensland decision in Williamson v VH & MG Imports Pty Ltd signals a new era in WHS penalties in the State, and with New South Wales comparative cases now needing to be considered, Queensland has been found to be behind on the scoreboard in this particular State of Origin battle.

  3. 16 May 17

    PPS Lease amendments - Solving one problem but leaving another

    Recent changes to the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) passed by the Federal Parliament on 11 May 2017 have changed the time periods for when a hire or equipment lease arrangement will be considered a PPS lease.

  4. 12 May 17

    The new Defects Bond Scheme starts 1 July 2017 - are you ready?

    From 1 July 2017 provisions of the Strata Schemes Management Act 2015 (NSW) will come into effect requiring developers to provide a new 2% defects bond. The Defects Bond Scheme will come into effect in New South Wales on 1 July 2017.

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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
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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.

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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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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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