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RONALD GORICK/PARTNER

Biography

As a Partner in the Property/Commercial Division of the firm, Ron is responsible for property, commercial and employment matters.

Drawing on more than 34 years of industry expertise, Ron advises in a wide range of areas. His expertise in property includes the sale and purchase of commercial real estate; commercial, retail and residential leasing and licencing for commercial office blocks, shopping centres and individual shops and premises; lease disputes; strata title and community title matters; easements and other restrictions on real estate; and tax, stamp duty, land tax and GST issues relating to the above.

In the commercial area, his expertise includes the sale and purchase of businesses; structuring; corporate and commercial advising and consulting; trusts, including replacement/change of trustees and variations to trust terms and workplace safety.

His employment law experience spans employment disputes for both the employer and the employee, including advising on issues relating to termination of employment (including redundancy), unfair dismissal, adverse action, discrimination, wrongful termination and other employment contract matters.

Prior to joining Diamond Conway, Ron was Partner at Conway Maccallum. Ron was responsible for and worked in the same areas as detailed above. Ron joined Conway Maccallum in June 1980 and became a Partner during 1987.

Ron is a Fellow of the Tax Institute, having been a member since 2003. He has a BComm (with merit)/LLB from the University of New South Wales. Ron was admitted to practice on 11 July 1980.

Areas of Expertise

Commercial/Business Law
    Business Sales and Purchases
    Business Structures and Transactions
    Employment Law
    Financing for Business (Incl. Factoring)
    Taxation and Duties

Corporate Advisory
    Company Law
    Competition & Consumer Law
    Corporation Law & Governance

Property Law
    Commercial Property Leasing
    Mortgages
    Property Development & Construction
    Residential and Commercial Property
    Sale and Purchase

Languages

English

Contact Details

rong@diamondconway.com.au



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