Moray & Agnew provides a comprehensive commercial law service to a range of public and private sector entities. Our lawyers are committed to delivering the highest standard of service and achieving effective commercial outcomes for our clients.
We adopt a team approach to servicing commercial client needs, ensuring that the right practitioner is assigned to service the specific needs of the client. We service all of our client’s legal requirements – from major transactional needs to small matters which arise in their day-to-day operations.
Many of our practitioners have nationally recognised capabilities and credentials in their respective commercial law fields.
Moray & Agnew is the exclusive Australian member of International Referral for Commercial Law.
In 2018, Moray & Agnew was appointed as an MAV legal provider to all Victorian councils. Click here.
Commercial Law services
Commercial Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Every business can be affected by disputes. Disputes are a distraction and drain on the productivity of your business. Disputes can…Continue reading
Construction & Infrastructure
Our construction & infrastructure team has extensive experience in all aspects of building and construction law and has worked for clients…Continue reading
Corporate & Business
Moray & Agnew has developed a strong market reputation in corporate law, providing comprehensive services to a wide range of clients.…Continue reading
Insolvency & Reconstruction
Insolvency and Debt Recovery is a highly specialised area of practice. We offer substantial expertise in advising insolvency practitioners and key…Continue reading
Planning & Environment
Our Planning and Environmental team is well known for its expertise in the legal processes relating to land use, planning and…Continue reading
Property & Development
Our property services are part of the comprehensive services we provide for individuals as well as our corporate and government clients.…Continue reading
"The work has always been of a very high standard, turnarounds have always been met, and I'm always well informed as to what progress has been made."
Chambers Asia Pacific, 2016
April 6, 2018
Commencing 1 July 2018, purchasers of new homes will have to pay GST directly to the Australian Tax Office (ATO), rather…Continue reading
May 16, 2016
The Victorian Minister for Planning announced the Government’s Built City Form Review in September 2015. At the same time, it introduced…Continue reading