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REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE

Michael Byrnes

Acting in a contract dispute relating to the development and operation of telecommunications infrastructure, including claims for breach of contract, misleading and deceptive conduct and breach of fiduciary duties.
Acting for service providers in claims for defective building work.
Acting for a hospitality provider in relation to discrimination allegations.
Acting for directors in disqualification proceedings initiated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
Acting for a defendant lessor in a claim for rectification of its lease of a hotel development.
Advising shareholders and directors in relation to internal corporate disputes, including negotiated separations.
Working with a government stakeholder in relation to the Barrett Adolescent Centre Commission of Inquiry
Acting for clients in proceedings against former solicitors for negligence and breaches of duty.
Acting for a body corporate in proceedings relating to the Mixed Use Development Act 1993.
Advising financial services providers in relation to contractual post-employment restraints.
Acting for a digital service provider against former employees in relation to the misuse of confidential information and solicitation of customers.
Acting for company directors in claims damages from third parties arising from liability for insolvent trading.
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