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RBHM Commercial Lawyers is a firm specialising in providing strong and practical advice to business ventures and business people from start-ups to businesses with high annual turnovers

Our North Sydney practice offers a very commercial approach and focus on delivering strategies and outcomes to meet the needs of our clients.  We are able to call upon the expertise of specialists in tax, stamp duty and the like when necessary.

We have commercial clients ranging from small to large across a wide range of industries including automotive, food manufacturing, printing, recruitment, professional services, information technology, aged care, retailing and property development.  We often act for the founders of businesses and assist them with shareholder, joint venture and partnership agreements and then advise the business itself on such things as customer and supply agreements, employment, terms of trade, compliance issues and ultimately succession planning and exit strategies.

RBHM Sydney Lawyers provide superior legal advice for established businesses we also have expertise for Greenfield ventures specialising in small business and growing businesses including franchisees, local stores, micro and start-up businesses. We provide specialist advice for the sale and purchase of businesses, business partnerships, shareholder agreements and joint ventures.

Our commercial lawyers provide business advice covering corporate law partnership, franchise (both franchisors and franchisees), marketing, trade practices, contract negotiation, asset and business acquisition, intellectual property and employment law.

Above all we endeavour to fully understand our clients' businesses and to work with them in achieving their aims in an efficient and cost effective manner.

Contact:  David Beale and Michael Horton 


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Practitioners

David Beale
Greg Bush
Michael Horton
Katelin Turner

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