At Oldham Naidoo Lawyers, our prerogative is to minimise disputes and costly court cases. Where disputes cannot be avoided, we have considerable experience in litigation and alternative dispute resolution methods and are able to provide efficient and cost-effective services to our diverse client base.
Our litigation team has featured in some of Victoria’s high profile court cases. In one matter, our court success resulted in the Victorian government changing the law relating to off the plan contracts, including, Mirvac (Docklands) Pty Ltd v Philp (2004). Recently the team were involved in a landmark decision on development contracts in Burbank v Owners Corporation (2015).
Our litigation team has also run successful applications regarding grain trade contracts including Pretters v Centre State Exports (2008) and Turnbull v Graincorp (2009).
We have experience in all areas of commercial litigation, particularly, contract disputes, property, building and construction and owners corporation. We were successful in prosecuting claims regarding trade practices breaches in Noonan v Renaissance Assets (2013).