It is not easy (or cost effective) finding a lawyer who already understands your professional life, the demands on you as a health practice leader, and your practice environment and values.

We have the expertise to assist you in the many practice challenges you face. All too often we hear from leaders of our practice clients that they feel unsupported, the leading clinical staff are too busy and cannot assist, and that they are unsure where to turn to for a simple result in a maze of regulation and compliance.

We work with our professional and practice clients at all stages. Our focus is on supporting and building strong long term trusted advisory relationships with our clients which they find ultimately more beneficial and rewarding than a one-off transactional engagement.

We understand you and your team are time poor. We tailor our legal services accordingly. We are available to advise you before, during or after your busy practice day.

Our advice is timely clear, succinct and in comprehensive terms. In instructing us, you have the peace of mind that professional fees are agreed at the outset, so there are no surprises.

In addition to being there when things go wrong, we focus on prevention and best practice. We understand that it is hard to think about the future, but it’s worse if you haven’t. Having agreements, processes, procedures and plans in place from the outset prevents disputes and unnecessary costs down the track.

Ask us about our practice support services which give you (and designated members of your team) the luxury of having a medical and health experienced lawyer immediately on hand to provide support as needed.

Ask us about our free practice visits and legal health-checks.

Our team are experienced in all Australian state jurisdictions, the Federal Court of Australia, High Court of Australia and, internationally, in the United States.

Our principal lawyer and head of our Medical & Health Professionals & Practices team, Meghan Warren is admitted to practice as an Australian legal practitioner in addition to an Attorney at Law to the New York State Bar in the United States.

Medical and health profession and practice experience to help practice managers in their many challenges

  • Business and commercial (purchase, sale, structure, growth, due diligence, development, corporate, consumers and contracts)
  • Property
  • Leasing
  • Employment and HR
  • Privacy, data and health records
  • Intellectual property
  • Internal and external disputes (resolution and litigation)
  • Conflict avoidance measures
  • Debt recovery
  • Estate planning (wills, powers of attorney and advance care directives)
  • Voluntary assisted dying
  • Building and construction (including disputes)
  • Deceased estates
  • Equity and trusts
  • Practice accreditation
  • Coroner’s Court
  • Practice reviews, management and compliance
  • Project management
  • Risk mitigation and management strategies
  • Eligibility for government grants