Bradley Campbell is an experienced Litigation lawyer having practiced in South Africa and Australia. He acts in commercial disputes, matters relating to competition and consumer law, debt recovery, building and construction disputes, property disputes, leasing disputes and franchising disputes in the Supreme Court, District Court of New South Wales, Local Court, Federal Court of Australia and the Land and Environment Court. Bradley provides a practical and cost effective result for clients through alternative dispute resolution or the courts.
Not having a properly drafted contract is risky, particularly when the good faith on which the relationship was built disappears, and the relationship ends. That is when a clear and concise written agreement, which sets out the rights and obligations of the parties, is invaluable. Read more
On 11 June 2020 the Parliament of NSW passed the Design and Building Practitioners Act 2020 which applies to building work, including residential buildings. The law was introduced following concerns raised about building defects and combustible cladding after reports of defects in high rise buildings. Read more
A few years ago, a builder purchased a property in a regenerated suburb. He intended to knock down the existing house and build on it a large new house for his family. Read more
Before the enormous disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the High Court heard a case dealing with the question of what happens when a planned tour holiday goes wrong or is not as advertised. Read more