David practices in the firm’s commercial and property division. He will use his extensive experience for you in the sale or purchase of your property or business, your commercial lease matters as well as any loans, mortgages or refinancing you may have to do. David is experienced in wills and estates, powers of attorneys and enduring guardianship.
You will benefit from David’s expertise in easements and other general property matters. You may also call on David’s skill in relation to general commercial matters and property development.
David graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Law degree from the University of New South Wales. He joined the firm in July 1996, becoming a partner shortly after joining. David brought with him the experience he gained handling a very wide range of matters at a law firm in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.
In a recent case, a manager of an engineering and construction company and his team were finishing a major project. The manager suggested to the company’s CEO that he take the team out for lunch to celebrate. The CEO agreed to the lunch but specified a no-alcohol policy due to company rules and the dangers involved with driving company cars back to the factory. Nevertheless, some employees consumed alcohol, including the manager himself. Read more
In a recent case a father had two sons and no other family. The father made a will naming the older son as his executor. The will said that the estate was to be divided equally between the two sons. Read more
Most businesses in NSW are required by law to obtain workers compensation insurance to protect themselves from the costs of workers compensation claims. Workers' compensation insurance covers employees who have been hurt at work. Workers' compensation covers weekly wages, medical and hospital expenditures, as well as several other benefits to assist injured workers in recovering and returning to work. Read more
A father had six daughters. He made a will dividing his estate equally between the six of them. In 2013 he changed his will to give $40,000.00 to each of five of the daughters, and the rest of his $3,000,000.00 estate to his remaining daughter. Read more