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We work collaboratively with our clients to build strong, sustainable relationships. Our team is committed to delivering consistent high standards of service, and we understand the importance of accessibility. Working with us, you'll enjoy open communication, meaning well scoped, properly resourced and effectively managed matters.

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Latest Case

Providing innovative procurement solutions for local government projects April 20, 2018

We advised City of Casey on the procurement process of the Bunjil Place Project. Bunjil Place is a $125 million civic and cultural precinct for the City of Casey, encompassing an 800-seat theatre and 200-seat … Continued

Latest News

In good hands: Maddocks advises on physio business acquisition April 11, 2018

Wednesday 11 April 2018 Maddocks has advised Zenitas Healthcare Limited on its acquisition of the Agewell Physiotherapy business. Agewell is a mobile physiotherapy provider servicing residential aged care facilities, retirement villages and communities in New … Continued

Latest Article

The right to use plans prepared by a design consultant: the devil is in the detail April 11, 2018

When a design consultant (such as an architect or engineer) brings their plans or designs into material form, copyright will usually subsist in those documents as an artistic work. The designer owns that copyright unless … Continued

Press Mentions

  • The outlook for the real estate sector

    Partner Nick Holuigue spoke to Lawyers Weekly about the outlook for the real estate sector in 2017. Read the full article here.

  • Deal news: SEEK buys bigger stake in online education

    Lawyers Weekly reported on Maddocks’ involvement in a matter that saw SEEK buy a larger stake in Online Education Services from joint venture partner Swinburne University of Technology. Australasian Lawyer also reported on the deal. … Continued

  • Deal news: Camp Australia sold to private equity company

    Maddocks advised the Founders of Camp Australia, Australia’s largest provider of before and after-school care programs, on their sale to Bain Capital. Both Lawyers Weekly and Australasian Lawyer covered the matter. More information on our … Continued

  • Is your corporate job eroding your confidence?

    Our CEO and partner Michelle Dixon spoke with Daily Life regarding making a difference toward gender equality. Read the full article here.

  • Resourcing of Commissioner highlighted in complaints move

    Angela Wood, a partner with Maddocks who specialises in aged care law, agreed it will be important the Aged Care Commissioner is sufficiently well resourced to respond to complaints in a “timely and rigorous way” … Continued

  • A new world of legal education

    Our People & Culture consultant, Sophie Gilbert speaks to Adam Wakeling, a member of the YLS Editorial Committee for the Young Lawyers Journal regarding the trends and changes in legal education following the Global Financial … Continued

  • Are board members getting younger?

    Our Partner (and Board Member) Maria Marshall talks to Australasian Lawyer Magazine about the benefits of a diverse firm Board. Click here to read the article!

  • National firms advise on major Melbourne housing project

    Our team, consisting of partners Michael Taylor-Sands, Nick Holuigue and senior associate Nicholas Sparks advised on a million-dollar property development deal that will produce thousands of residential lots in Melbourne. Read the full article published on Lawyers Weekly here.

  • Grinding to a halt

    Our CEO Michelle Dixon comments on the traditional law firm model and how Maddocks champions change in Lawyers Weekly’s article, Grinding to a halt. Read the full article here.    

  • Media Law International 2015 published

    Maddocks has been ranked in the 2015 Media Law International, a specialist guide to the global leaders in media law practice. Our partner Brendan Coady is quoted in preceding article stating, “While competitors are aggressively trying … Continued