DWF’s Melbourne office specialise in Corporate and Commercial law, Litigation and Insolvency, Employment Law and IR, Planning and Environment, and Property Development.
              A: Level 5, 1 Queens Road
              Melbourne VIC 3004
              PO Box 33116, Melbourne VIC 3004

              DWF’s Melbourne office prides itself on being part of a ‘full service’ firm for clients who need reliable legal advice across a broad range of commercial components. Our Melbourne office is home to leading corporate and commercial lawyers, who specialise in corporate advisory, mergers and acquisitions, structuring, finance, and litigation and insolvency. They have particular experience with complex commercial and insurance litigation matters. They focus on reaching quick and commercially beneficial resolutions of disputes for their clients. 

              In addition to our Corporate and Commercial team, we also have specialist Planning & Environment, Major Projects and Property Development lawyers based in our Melbourne office. Our Melbourne Property and Planning team works closely with other DWF specialists in Australia and internationally, which enables them to deliver coordinated whole of project advice with prompt turnaround of contractual documentation and timely delivery of risk management advice. Our Planning and Environment team act predominantly for developers to avoid conflicts of interest, and our Property team of highly credentialed lawyers, paralegals and conveyancing clerks can deliver every aspect of your project whether you are buying, selling, leasing, financing, constructing or developing.

              We also have a team of workplace relations lawyers in our Melbourne office who make up part of our National Employment, Safety and Regulatory team. They represent employers across the full gamut of employment and industrial relations, OH&S and WorkCover. Above all else, they focus on providing employers not just with great advice but with recommendations and strategies to resolve issues especially when faced with challenges across multiple intersecting disciplines in Employment and Industrial Relations, OH&S and WorkCover.

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