E-Alert: Land Act Amendment Receives Parliamentary Assent

An Improved Sublease Dispute Framework Further to our E-Alert in March 2019, the Natural Resources and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2019 has received parliamentary assent, [...]

E-Alert: Vegetation Clearing Update for Queensland

Are you sure you can clear your ‘Category X’ vegetation without any approvals? On 10 May 2019, the Queensland Court of Appeal handed down its [...]

E-Alert: You Never Know Who’s Listening

The Do's and Don'ts of Privately Recording Body Corporate Meetings The subject of recording private conversations is an area of law that is generally fraught [...]

BRH Participates in the QLD Legal Walk 2019

On the 14th of May, Broadley Rees Hogan participated in the annual Queensland Legal Walk 2019 in Brisbane. Our team of seven were among the [...]

BRH Proud Sponsor of Valley District Cricket Club

The Directors of Broadley Rees Hogan congratulate the Valley District Cricket Club on a successful 2018-19 Season, culminating in five of its seven senior sides [...]

E-Alert: Protestors, if you get hurt in my workplace, it’s your OWN fault!

Or is it? Your work health and safety obligations to trespassers. In light of the recent animal activist protests and the lengths they have gone [...]

E-Alert: Combustible Cladding – Deadline Fast Approaches for Stage 1 Compliance

As initially reported in our e-alert of October 2018, the commencement of the Building and Other Legislation (Cladding) Amendment Regulation 2018 (Qld) (the Regulation) on [...]

E-Alert: Risk of Lease Terms Being Unfair and Unenforceable

The Federal Court’s declaration in the recent case of Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) v Servcorp Limited [2018] FCA 1044 that certain terms in [...]


Broadley Rees Hogan is delighted to announce that Stuart Rees, Darren Anderson and Jamie Robinson have been named in Best Lawyers® 2020 as some of [...]