Dundas Lawyers advises its clients on all aspects of corporate and commercial dispute resolution. Managing risk and implementing strategies to minimise risk is essential for every business. We take a commercial view to litigious matters, always considering alternative dispute resolution processes to resolve the legal issues without resorting to the costs and uncertainties associated with litigation.
Dundas Lawyers is able to provide advice to minimise risk and achieve the optimal outcome for your business. We’ll be upfront about your legal position. We work with clients to formulate and execute a strategy designed to ensure the best outcome considering the circumstances. We are prepared to assist throughout the entire process, even when the pieces start to fall. Checkmate.
If litigation is unavoidable, we will be realistic about the costs and the benefits whilst fearlessly advocating our clients position.
Areas of dispute resolution
Dundas Lawyers advise and act in a broad range of litigation and dispute matters including (but not limited to):
- Commercial and contractual disputes;
- Competition law and trade practices;
- Directors disputes;
- Franchise disputes;
- Intellectual property disputes;
- Confidential information;
- Copyright infringement;
- Patent infringement;
- Trade mark infringement;
- Partnership disputes;
- Sale of business disputes;
- Shareholder disputes; and
- Software development disputes.
Recent Federal Court decisions
Recent articles by Dundas Lawyers
- Update to Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Coles Supermarket Australia Pty Ltd  FCA 634
- Misleading and deceptive conduct in business dealings
- Electronic Service of documents
- Debt collection the right way
- Applying to set aside a creditors statutory demand for payment
- Without Prejudice privilege
- Indemnity costs
- Enforcing QCAT decisions
- Franchisors liability for forecasts
Intellectual property law
- What is a trade secret?
- Should you trademark your business’ name or its logo?
- Groundless threats of trade mark infringement
- Enforcing the terms of a confidentiality agreement
- Shareholders Disputes
- Victorian Supreme Court Streamlines procedures for Oppression matters
- Shareholder oppression
Useful litigation resources
- Queensland Legislation
- Queensland Courts
- UCPR – Uniform Civil Procedure Rules
- UCPR – Court forms
- UCPR – Bulletin
- Legislation – Austlii
- Legislation – Comlaw
- Federal Court of Australia
- Federal Court Rules 2011 (Cth) – Comlaw
- Federal Court – Forms
- Commonwealth Courts Portal
- Federal Courts – eLodgment
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