Commercial Litigation

Though litigation is a popular and useful form of dispute resolution, your company may need something different such as mediation, arbitration, negotiation, or conciliation. FindLaw can put you in touch with a lawyer who specialises in this area and will advise on the best process to yield the best results.

Find a Lawyer

Find a Lawyer


News Items matching Commercial Litigation

1-3 of 47 results

Two Sydney men plead guilty to insider trading

Date: 30 Oct 2013, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation

The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has announced that two Sydney men have pleaded guilty to insider trading which saw them collectively...

ACCC approves Emerald's wheat port access arrangements

Date: 02 Oct 2013, Filed under: Commercial Litigation, Competition & Trade Regulation

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) announced it has accepted an access undertaking from Emerald Logistics Pty Ltd setting out arrangements...

ACCC consents to CBH wheat port undertaking variations

Date: 09 Aug 2013, Filed under: Commercial Litigation, Competition & Trade Regulation

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) annnounced it has agreed to Co operative Bulk Handling Limited's (CBH) proposed changes to its...

Articles matching Commercial Litigation

1-3 of 57 results

Pre-Action Discovery – Where You Want To Sue But Don’t Have Enough Information To Decide

Date: 11 Aug 2017, Filed under: Court Appearances, Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Disputes and Litigation

A decision to commence legal proceedings is not to be taken lightly, and must be based on evidence which actually supports the proposed cause of action...

Can a Landlord be bound by a lease made in breach of legislation?

Date: 25 Aug 2015, Filed under: Commercial Leases, Business & Commercial Law, Commercial Litigation, Contracts and Agreements

Recently, the High Court handed down judgment in the case of Gnych & Anor. v Polish Club Limited [2015] HCA 23, addressing the contentious question: can...

Supermarket not liable for slip in shopping centre common area

Date: 22 Jul 2014, Filed under: Commercial Litigation, Civil Litigation

In this Alert, Senior Associate Brooke Jacobs and Solicitor Elizabeth Harvey examine the recent decision ofWoolworths Ltd v Ryder [2014] NSWCA 223, in...


We welcome your feedback

Hi there! We want to make this site as good as it can for you, the user. Please tell us what you would like to do differently and we will do our best to accommodate!

Protected by FormShield

We've updated our Privacy Statement, before you continue. please read our new Privacy Statement and familiarise yourself with the terms.