Secured a $750,000 plus payment from a builder for faulty workmanship. Concluded complex negotiations with the GCCC in respect of an Easement. Won an Appeal in the Qld Court of Appeal concerning a summary judgment application.
MHL congratulates our Special Counsel, Dr Kate Mathews, on successfully completing her Scientiae Juridicae Doctor (‘SJD’) also known as a Doctor of Legal Science, at Bond University. The SJD is described as “the “most advanced law degree” according to Harvard and Yale Law Schools and Kate achieved a double top 5% result from 2 of the three markers. Her extensive … Read More
On 23 June 2017 Kate Mathews, our Special Counsel, delivered a presentation to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s Consumer Consultative Committee at the ACCC’s head office in Melbourne. The 90 minute interactive session discussed consumer law implications of the Internet of Things. Kate was invited to present by the Deputy Chair of the ACCC, Delia Rickard.
Click here to read PDF: Mathews Hunt Legal – Newsletter – New approaches to assignments
Click here to read PDF: MHL Newsletter October 2016
Click here to read PDF: MHL NEWSLETTER – July 20156
We recently received our 25 Years of practice badges from the Qld Law Society.
MHL presents to a select number of institutions, conferences, body corporate managers and bodies corporate each year. In the past few months, we have conducted a wide range of presentations on a wide range of the latest body corporate issues. For example: Our principal, Peter Hunt was invited by Professor Chris Guilding to speak at the landmark Griffith University’s Strata and Community Title Conference held … Read More
Click here to read the PDF: MHL NEWSLETTER – October 2015
We are delighted that Frances has agreed to join our growing firm – and are confident that she will be a valuable addition to our team as our newest body corporate lawyer. Frances already has a strong knowledge of body corporate law and processes due to her experience as an information officer at the Body Corporate Commissioner’s office and as … Read More
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