I have 25 years deep experience in complex high stakes commercial matters. I have worked in Australia’s biggest firm, middle tier firms and before founding Wyndham Lawyers in 2005. I have a Master of Laws specialising in commercial law. My legal experience covers both transactions and disputes on the complex end of the scale. I have appeared in the High Court, and have been involved in some of Sydney’s biggest deals.
I wish to be your trusted advisor in your business journey. I believe in achieving the quick, just and cheap resolution of commercial disputes. My passion lies in acting for successful family run businesses with turnovers between 1 and 10 million dollars in a variety of industries including building services, franchising, education and finance. I love solving difficult problems and delivering remarkable results. I have a passion for justice and genuinely care about my client’s welfare.
Jeremy McNamara has over 30 years of experience in the vocational education and training sector as a manager, consultant and advisor. This experience includes roles with:
Since 1998, Jeremy has been a consultant to the VET sector as well providing a range of business services to other industries. His works have included guiding RTOs to transition to the new RTO Standards (2011) and the transition to the new standards (2015).
I am a lawyer with approximately twenty years of experience specializing in helping companies, individuals and government deal with environment, planning and valuation matters.
I have experience working in both government and private practice. I have previously worked for the Environment Protection Authority (EPA) (now the office of Environment and Heritage) and for the commercial law firms Minter Ellison Lawyers Sydney in its Environment and Planning Group, Henry Davis York Lawyers Sydney (as a Senior Associate) and PC Law as Director & Principal Lawyer which I founded and which specialized in compulsory land acquisition.
I have extensive expertise in all areas of environment, planning and valuation law, including:
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Lincoln rose from poor beginnings to become a self taught lawyer with a busy practice. Although bankrupted twice, Lincoln’s legacy was his ultimate victory – leading a nation through the turmoil of civil war. In his Gettysburg Address Lincoln showed how powerful ideas expressed with conviction and precision can bring real change and victory.
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