Corporate & Commercial


From structuring and succession planning through to capital raisings and asset sales, operating a business requires constant focus, strategic thinking and sound commercial advice.

For organisations to thrive, they must have access to high-quality, accurate and personalised legal advice and insights.

Our Corporate & Commercial team, led by Special Counsel Peter Motti and supported by Consultant Stefan Luke, advises public and private organisations on transactional, corporate advisory and structuring, and general commercial work.

Taking a proactive and strategic approach to managing business risk, we work closely with clients to understand and help them achieve their commercial goals.

With a client-centric focus born out of genuine interest in how businesses operate, our team work to understand each client’s objectives, priorities and risk profile at the outset of a matter before using their technical expertise and experience to provide guidance on options available to them.

Our clients value our commercial acumen, commitment to client service and ability to quickly and clearly understand what is most important to their business operations.

We advise on:

  • Transactions
    • Mergers and acquisitions
    • Private Equity
    • Business and asset sales
    • Capital markets and raisings
    • Nondisclosure arrangements
    • Foreign investment applications/approval (FIRB)
  • Corporate advisory and structuring
    • Joint venture arrangements
    • Employee incentives
    • Trusts
    • Shareholder agreements
    • Corporate governance
    • Company secretarial services
  • Commercial
    • Commercial terms and conditions
    • Consumer law
    • Registration and release of security on the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR)

The team

Luke Preston


Bronwyn Clarkson


Mark Kenney


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