Finding the right lawyer to suit your needs is important. At Brydens, we specialise in commercial transactions of all sorts to suit your business needs and provide sound legal advice, so you can bring all your business queries to the one place.
We particularly specialise in:
- Commercial Disputes.
- Franchising a Business
- Merging a Business
- Selling a Business
- Commercial & Retail Leases
- Deeds of Arrangement or Mutual Release
- Debt Recovery
- Supply and trade agreements
- Construction agreements
- Loan agreements
- Corporate and business structuring advice
- Corporate governance and director’s duties
WHY DO YOU NEED A COMMERCIAL LAWYER?
A commercial lawyer can help clients meet a variety of needs. A commercial lawyer will assist in the application of legal knowledge to real-life business situations where a number of stakeholders may be present.
In commercial transactions, a commercial lawyer can provide legal advice taking into account the various stakeholders who may be affected such as banks, financial institutions, third party agents and investors.
WHAT WILL THE COMMERCIAL LAWYER ORGANISE FOR YOU?
As experts in commercial law, we can assist in drafting agreements for our clients, negotiating contracts or reviewing them.
As a commercial lawyer, we use our creative thinking and appropriate knowledge of the corporate world to provide real life applicable solutions to our clients.
WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT A COMMERCIAL LAWYER?
You should seek the assistance of a Commercial Lawyer if you believe you have a matter that requires certain business expertise or commercial knowledge.
WHAT IS YOUR
Contact Brydens Lawyers to arrange a consultation to discuss your legal matters.
WHY ARE BRYDENS LAWYERS THE RIGHT REPRESENTATION FOR YOU?
Our Commercial Team have the experience and expertise to assist you in your business transactions. Brydens Lawyers does not lose sight of the commercial aspects whilst dealing with legal issues to reduce your risk and exposure.
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An article published by insurancenews.com.au on 22 November 2019 references a reported $876 million net loss by NSW State owned Icare for its workers compensation Nominal Insurer scheme last financial year amid rising medical costs and falling bond yields.
It is reported that gross premiums were in the order of $2.5 billion while net claims expenses/scheme costs were just over $4 billion. That is, there was a reported underwriting loss of almost $2.4 billion while Icare received a net investment revenue of just over $1.6 billion.
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