McMahon Fearnley Lawyers Pty Ltd

Mr David Powell

Level 3, 256 Queen Street

Melbourne Vic 3000

Phone: 03 9670 0966

Fax: 03 9670 0988

Email:

Region: City

Areas of law

  • Administrative & Constitutional Law
    • VCAT Appearances
  • Commercial, Business & Corporate Law
    • Associations, Incorporations (Clubs) (Includes Not for Profit)
    • Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Individual)
    • Commercial Contracts
    • Commercial, Business & Corporate Law - General
    • Company: Formation, Takeovers & Mergers
    • Franchises & License
    • Insurance (for disputes see Dispute Resolution)
    • Partnership & Joint Ventures
    • Small Business
  • Criminal Law
    • Local Government Prosecutions (Health Act)
  • Dispute Resolution
    • Building Disputes
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Debt Recovery
    • Insurance Disputes
  • Employment & Workplace Relations
    • Employment & Workplace Relations - General
    • Termination of Employment
  • Environment & Natural Resources
    • Water
  • Finance, Banking & Financial Services
    • Insurance & Risk Management
  • Intellectual Property & Technology
    • Intellectual Property & Technology - General
    • Intellectual Property (Including Agreements, Royalties and confidentiality)
  • International Law
  • Media, Communication, Culture & Recreation
    • Film Industry & Entertainment
    • Media Law
  • Personal Injury
    • Personal Injury - General
    • Professional Negligence
  • Property & Planning
    • Adverse Possession
    • Leases & Tenancies (Commercial)
    • Nursing Homes/Private Hospital
    • Planning & Developments (Including sub-division, Covenants & Easements)
    • Property & Planning - General
    • Retirement Villages
  • Wills, Probate & Estates
    • Power of Attorney
    • Probate & Administration
    • Wills - contesting
    • Wills - drafting

Languages

  • English
  • Greek

This Law firm has been tagged for Melbourne Melbourne City English Greek Administrative & Constitutional Law VCAT Appearances Commercial, Business & Corporate Law Associations, Incorporations (Clubs) (Includes Not for Profit) Bankruptcy & Insolvency (Individual) Commercial Contracts Commercial, Business & Corporate Law - General Company: Formation, Takeovers & Mergers Franchises & License Insurance (for disputes see Dispute Resolution) Partnership & Joint Ventures Small Business Criminal Law Local Government Prosecutions (Health Act) Dispute Resolution Building Disputes Commercial Litigation Debt Recovery Insurance Disputes Employment & Workplace Relations Employment & Workplace Relations - General Termination of Employment Environment & Natural Resources Water Finance, Banking & Financial Services Insurance & Risk Management Intellectual Property & Technology Intellectual Property & Technology - General Intellectual Property (Including Agreements, Royalties and confidentiality) International Law Media, Communication, Culture & Recreation Film Industry & Entertainment Media Law Personal Injury Personal Injury - General Professional Negligence Property & Planning Adverse Possession Leases & Tenancies (Commercial) Nursing Homes/Private Hospital Planning & Developments (Including sub-division, Covenants & Easements) Property & Planning - General Retirement Villages Wills, Probate & Estates Power of Attorney Probate & Administration Wills - contesting Wills - drafting

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