Two members listed as leading Australian Arbitration Barristers by Doyle's Guide 2018
30-7-18 / Shane Doyle QC, Matthew Jones — Arbitration
Level Twenty Seven Chambers is pleased to announce that two members have been listed as leading Australian Arbitration Barristers by Doyle’s Guide 2018. The members listed are: Shane Doyle QC Matthew Jones The full list can be found here.
Matthew Jones joins Level Twenty Seven Chambers
23-7-18 / Matthew Jones
Level Twenty Seven Chambers is delighted to welcome Matthew Jones to Chambers. Matthew has more than ten years of post-admission experience in commercial litigation, particularly banking, construction, resources, insolvency and insurance. His CV and contact details can be found here.
Queensland's Leading Mediators - Two members listed by Doyle's Guide 2018
11-7-18 / Roger Traves QC, Glenn Newton QC
Level Twenty Seven Chambers is pleased to announce that two members have been listed as leading Queensland Mediators by Doyle's Guide 2018. The members listed are: Glenn Newton QC Roger Traves QC To review the full list of recommended mediators, please click here.
Trenfield v HAG Import: trade agreements, ROT, PPSA vesting and valuing security interests # FULLY BOOKED #
22-08-18 @ 5:30 pm / Paul McQuade QC, Anthony Messina, Michael May — Corporate Insolvency & Bankruptcy
Who should attend? Dispute resolution lawyers, corporate lawyers, insolvency practitioners and advisors. What will the seminar cover? Barristers from Level Twenty Seven Chambers will discuss: › contractual arrangements between retailer and supplier; › security interests in inventory and proceeds of sale; › effect of s 267 of the PPSA on validity of security…
International Arbitration: trends, developments and opportunities for future growth
19-4-18 / Shane Doyle QC, Bianca Kabel — Arbitration, International
A paper delivered at Level Twenty Seven Chambers on 19 April 2018, and formed part of a presentation with David Grief and Lucas Bastin of Counsel, of Essex Court Chambers, London, "So you want to be an international lawyer?".
Strategies for admissible and persuasive expert evidence
22-3-18 / Samuel McCarthy
A Legalwise presentation on 22 March 2018. Topics included: How do courts assess the admissibility and weight of expert evidence? An ethical issue: how involved can and should lawyers be in assisting experts? Strategies for obtaining focused, admissible, and persuasive expert evidence. Common issues and considerations relating to privilege and…
Recent Tax Cases
16-3-18 / Florence Chen — Tax
A paper prepared (with Angus Murray of Irish Bentley Lawyers) and presented by Florence Chen at the Tax Institute National Convention in Cairns.
Guo v Austree Enterprise Pty Ltd  SBCA 1
10-8-18 / Christopher Johnstone, Matthew Doyle — Appellate, Commercial Equity, Contract, International
An appeal against the decision of Commissioner Mildren, sitting as a Justice of the High Court of the Solomon Islands, ordering specific performance of a joint venture contract for the development of a major shopping complex in Honiara. Christopher Johnstone and Matthew Doyle appeared for the successful respondents in the…
Inquest into the death of Jay Maree Harmer
10-8-18 / Matthew Hickey — Inquiries & Coronial Inquests
An inquest into a death in custody of a prisoner who needed palliative care within a correctional centre. Matthew Hickey appeared for the West Moreton Hospital and Health Service, instructed by Minter Ellison Lawyers
The Commissioner of Taxation of the Commonwealth of Australia v Thomas  HCA 31
8-8-18 / Mark Robertson QC, David Chesterman — Judicial Review & Administrative, Tax
Appeals from the Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia in: The Commissioner of Taxation of the Commonwealth of Australia v Thomas; The Commissioner of Taxation of the Commonwealth of Australia v Martin Andrew Pty Ltd; The Commissioner of Taxation of the Commonwealth of Australia v Thomas Nominees Pty Ltd;…