Corporate & Commercial

The KCL Law Commercial Group
advises clients on all aspects of their
commercial dealings.

About KCL Law

KCL Law is an agile full-service law firm, led by a diverse and progressive group of expert lawyers, that deliver strategic outcomes achieved by a balance of expert legal acumen, creative thinking and informed commercial insight in a concise and accessible manner.

Formerly Kliger Partners and established in 1981, the firm has grown considerably as we have welcomed new clients and developed highly specialised legal proficiency. KCL Law is a reflection of our evolution as we continue to meet client needs and new challenges.

KCL Law offers a full range of services across  Building and Construction Law; Commercial and Corporate Law; Dispute Resolution including mediation and litigation; Employment and Workplace Relations; Entertainment Law; Estate Group; Family Law; Franchise Law; Insurance; Intellectual Property/IT; Owners Corporations; Property Law; Tourism and Hospitality; and a special interest U.S Group.

For over 35 years we have provided superior value for clients through diversity and specialisation of expertise and involvement of Principals. Focusing on efficient and effective delivery of legal outcomes, our clients will continue to benefit from highly strategic advice and representation.

Latest News


Property Law Update: Changes to Building Energy Efficiency Disclosures

Effective 1 July 2017, building owners or landlords of commercial premises where the net lettable area of the premises is 1,000m2 or more will be required to obtain and disclose an energy efficiency rating for the premises in a Building Energy Efficiency Certificate before that premises is marketed for sale, lease or sublease.



Off the Plan Stamp Duty Concessions

From 1 July 2017 the “rules of the game” in respect of off the plan sales duty concessions will dramatically change.



Will Australia’s Agreements with America be Trumped?

With President Donald J. Trump taking the oath of office on 20 January 2017, Americans living and working in Australia, as well as American companies with operations in Australia, have reason to wonder whether the new President intends to change, rescind, or in any way modify the 3 key agreements that govern commercial and tax dealings between the two countries.