Acted for Merivale in its acquisition of The Collaroy Hotel, Vic on the Park, The Royal Hotel (Bondi), the Centennial Hotel. Provided advice on a range of property, business and liquor licence issues.
Advised and continue to advise Atlassian on various office leases, which have an aggregated floor space of over 20,000 sqm. Assisted the client secure various tranches of pre-emptive rights to future spaces.
Act for LEDA Group with the financing of several large development sites across Sydney.
Acted for InvoCare with various retail and commercial leasing transactions in NSW, VIC, WA, ACT and QLD.
Bachelor of Laws & Bachelor of Commerce - University of Sydney
Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice - College of Law
Addisons helps Bega win battle over peanut butter packaging
03 May 2019
On 1 May 2019 the Federal Court of Australia confirmed Bega Cheese’s right to continue to use the packaging get-up or trade dress associated with the peanut butter products that it acquired as part of its purchase of the Mondelez Grocery Business in 2017. Importantly, this gives Bega Cheese the right to continue to use the current packaging of its Smooth and Crunchy Peanut Butter products.
Loot Boxes, Surprise Mechanics, and Kinder Eggs - How should loot boxes be regulated?
12 August 2019
Globally, several jurisdictions are in the process of considering, or have already considered, their regulatory regimes in respect of loot boxes and have reached differing views as to the best way to regulate them. In this focus paper, we consider Australian and international regulatory developments with respect to the regulation of loot boxes.
Is the ACCC losing its touch? “Flushable Wipes” and “Biodegradable Plates” cases break down in Federal Court
08 August 2019
Within one week, the ACCC has had two high-profile consumer law cases thrown out of the Federal Court – against Kimberly-Clark and Woolworths, separately.
Massachusetts' Wynn Decision - Analysis from an Australian perspective
01 August 2019
When reviewing a licence application, a regulator carries out a due diligence process which is a fundamental step in the procedure towards granting a licence. It is important to remember that this is only the first step – the Wynn case illustrates the necessity for there to be ongoing due diligence from the perspectives of both the regulator and the operator.