Our approach is commercial, determined and innovative, with our client’s objective at the forefront.

Whether your dispute is large and complex or straightforward, our litigation team will always strive to achieve the best possible commercial outcome.  

Members of our commercial disputes team are industry leaders in complicated litigation and alternative dispute resolution in all Australian jurisdictions.

Polczynski Robinson commercial disputes services

  • Banking and finance
  • Competition
  • Construction
  • Contracts
  • Deposit surety and performance bonds
  • Directors and officers liability
  • Fraud
  • Intellectual property
  • Misleading and deceptive conduct
  • Partnerships
  • Professional indemnity
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Trademark disputes
  • Trust disputes

Track record in commercial disputes

Advising a major German company on a claim and cross-claim regarding the Australian Consumer Law (alleged defective products) of the United Nations Convention for the International sale of goods (Vienna Convention) Judgement was entered for our client, the cross-claim was discussed and cost orders were made in our client’s favour. 

Acting for the plaintiff in NSW Supreme Court proceedings relating to alleged misleading and deceptive conduct by an accountant to our client in respect of an investment in a restaurant in which the accountant was also an investor.  After a contested hearing our client’s claim was successful, and judgment was awarded in the sum of $2,912,713.02 plus interest and costs.

Advising and acting on behalf of trustees of discretionary trusts in claims made against them for accounting and breach of trust totalling $10 million.

Acting for a large supplier of aircraft and aviation solutions based in Australia, Asia and the Middle East to defend proceedings commenced in the WA Supreme Court by an Australian aircraft chartering and maintenance provider seeking injunctive relief under Part 5-2 of the Australian Consumer Law (Schedule 2 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)) for alleged misleading representations as to future matters made in the course of settlement discussions connected with previous court proceedings dealing with payment and tenancy disputes.