BRH Lawyers named in Best Lawyers 2021

Broadley Rees Hogan is pleased to announce that Jon Broadley, Michael Byrom and Stuart Rees have been recognised by Best Lawyers ® 2021 Australia. Each [...]

E-Alert: Queensland Land Tax Relief

Following suit from the Federal Government’s newly introduced leasing principles, the Queensland Government has implemented its own principles which a commercial landowner must comply with [...]

E-Alert: The Concept of Abandonment in Contracts

Recently we have written articles to guide our readers through the impacts of COVID-19 and that has brought to the forefront of many thoughtful minds [...]

E-Alert: COVID-19 and the Code of Conduct for Leases and Tenancies

Since our earlier e-alerts, National Cabinet agreed to a Code of Conduct to apply to commercial tenancies. This will be mandatory for businesses with a [...]

E-Alert: The JobKeeper Payment Information Alert

The struggles faced by Australian businesses in the wake of COVID-19 have forced many employers to consider difficult workforce changes in light of the economic [...]

E-Alert: Government Intervention for Commercial Leases

On Sunday 29 March 2020 the federal government took a step that is seldom seen – the possible rewrite of commercial lease terms to endeavour [...]

E-Alert: The Application of the Doctrine of Frustration to Commercial Leases

It is not often that lawyers are asked to look at the question of whether a contract has been frustrated by external events. COVID-19 brings [...]

Broadley Rees Hogan welcomes Sarah Lock

Broadley Rees Hogan is pleased to announce that employment lawyer and human resources practitioner Sarah Lock has joined the firm as Special Counsel in our [...]

Donating to Fire Affected Communities: Every little bit helps

Over the past few weeks BRH have been gathering essential everyday items to donate to communities in rural New South Wales affected by the devastating [...]