Corporate 

GQ advises corporates on commercial deals and transactions as well as providing proactive and ongoing advice. We understand the industries our clients operate in and that they require responsive, dedicated, and experienced legal advisors who have a strong handle on the commercial landscape. Our depth and breadth of expertise means our corporate clients receive the capabilities and capacity they need.

Our specialists provide pragmatic advice on the full spectrum of corporate and commercial matters. As a full service firm, GQ can provide the whole solution for corporates, rather than just one piece of the puzzle.

Property

  • Overseas Investment 
  • Leases/access
  • Easements 
  • Public Works Act
  • Sale & Purchases of assets and shares (Acquisitions & Due diligence)

Public

  • Education
  • Health
  • Local bodies 
  • Ports

Support

  • Governance
  • In-house legal support (secondment)
  • Contract review
  • Compliance + health and Safety
  • Privacy + official information
  • Corporate Advisory

Having engaged with Rochelle Farmer for our commercial law needs I have found her to be extremely professional, approachable and thorough. I would have no hesitation in recommending her services to any business.

Lee Emmerson

I have used the services of GQ for more than 25 years, both for personal and business legal advice, the depth of knowledge, professionalism and care has been first class every time, I highly recommend the team at GQ for all your legal needs.

Adrian

Our Corporate Specialists

Paul Franklin

Partner

Alice Tocher

Partner

Miaana Patene

Associate

Kirsty Miller

Senior Lawyer

Rochelle Farmer

Lawyer

Cameron Hart

Lawyer

Annie Prosser

Lawyer

Margaret Steiner-Joyce

Consultant

Narelle Moratti

Registered Legal Executive

Sherianne Taingahue

Legal Support

Contact the Corporate Team

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