Area of expertise: Commercial Litigation, Building Disputes, Commercial Mediation Services, Contract Disputes, Debt Collection, Insolvency Law, Landlord-Tenant Disputes, Leasing, Sale of Business, Startup Law, Building Disputes, Civil Litigation, Debt Collection, Landlord/Tenant Disputes, Neighbour Disputes.
Based in Western Australia and as a principal of Lynn and Brown Lawyers, I focus on providing commercial law and litigation advice for our clients. I am passionate about innovation and pride myself in taking our firm on the path towards New Law. I believe in a fully transparent relationship with clients and offer positive client-focused solutions.
Having worked with multinationals, Australian listed companies and even small family-owned businesses, I have been able to provide a service that makes a difference to businesses of any size.
As a graduate from the University of Western Australia (Bachelor of Laws), I was admitted as a barrister and solicitor in Western Australia in 1997. This, along with over twenty years of legal experience has enabled me to set up a Quality Assured Practice which provides Price and Service Guarantees across all our areas of law.
To connect with me, you can request a complimentary phone chat or find out more by visiting my website at https://www.lynnandbrown.com.au/
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