Business Law

Business Legal Advice

Russell Byrnes offers a full range of services related to business law. Our team has broad experience in commercial law matters and are able to give you professional advice.

We are conveniently located in Surry Hills and are also able to visit you at your business premises if you prefer.

We will generally offer a free initial consultation for up to 30 minutes. Call us to discuss how we can help your business.

Why is business law important?

Business is hard enough without having to contend with the law.

Australia’s legal system is constantly evolving and changing. Some changes present opportunities while other changes propose threats that need to be managed.

At Russell Byrnes our lawyers will work with you to use the law as a tool to protect and grow your business.

How can we help you?

We can help you with

  • Working out the best structure for your business
  • Draft employment contracts
  • Write, enforce and interpret supplier contracts
  • Comply with legislation
  • Debt Collection
  • Retention of title clauses
  • Business purchases and sales advice and contracts
  • Lease preparation
  • Franchise agreements

What areas of law are important to our business?

There are many laws you will need to be aware of when running a business. Some of the key ones include:

  • The Corporations Act
  • Income Tax Assessment Act
  • The Competition and Consumer Act
  • Fair Work Act
  • Privacy Act
  • Personal Securities Act
  • Occupational Health and Safety Act

At Russell Byrnes our lawyers can provide you advice on all aspects of Business Law.

We have a reputation for practical advice that is focused on creating the best outcome for our business clients.

What types of business structures can you advise me on?

Business structures we can advise on include:

  • Sole traders
  • Partnerships and joint ventures
  • Trusts and Unit Trusts
  • Companies

When is it best to ask for help with business law matters?

In many commercial matters, getting advice early on can save you significant costs as you may become liable for commitments. Furthermore, when it comes to commercial leases and sales contracts you will often find you will not incur additional costs for engaging a lawyer early. This means it is smart to engage us soon as you can.

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