Walking a mile in your shoes...
Our aim is to know our clients, know our market, know our staff and use this knowledge to form close and long standing relationships.
Wisewould Mahony is the result of the successful amalgamation of Wisewoulds and Mahonys on 1 July 2009.
We are a firm of 50 lawyers (including 15 partners) and approximately 120 staff in total.
ph +61 3 9612 7283
We have 50 lawyers (including 15 partners) and approximately 120 staff in total.
WorkCover Wisewould Mahony is highly experienced in the accident compensation field. Over 28 years, the firm has defended accident compensation litigation in courts from the Magistrates' Court to the High Court, and provided advice to Worksafe, insurers and employers. We represent employers in the Workcover scheme, and a number of self insurers. We also have a substantial Third Party...LEARN MORE
Property Law and Mortgage Services Property Law Wisewould Mahony has a team of experienced practitioners in the field of property law with expertise in the following areas: Acquisitions and disposals / conveyancing of all property types; Leases and Licences, including options, assignments, sub-leases, renewals and advice to both landlords and tenants, including in relation to...LEARN MORE
Criminal Law Wisewould Mahony has practitioners able to provide immediate and practical advice in relation to: traffic and drink-driving offences fraud tax prosecutions white collar crime For more information, or to arrange an appointment, contact Chris Stakis. Practitioners Chris Stakis | Consultant Hannah Elliott | SolicitorLEARN MORE
Gaming, Licensing & Hospitality Wisewould Mahony has a long established reputation in Hospitality Law and is a long-standing partner to many of Melbourne’s leading hospitality establishments. Our team is actively involved in member organizations such as the Australian Hotels Association and Community Clubs Victoria. John Nolan is co-author of Bourkes Liquor Laws Victoria...LEARN MORE
Corporate & Commercial Wisewould Mahony has expertise across a wide spectrum of corporate and commercial law and industries. We act for large Australian companies as well as a wide range of privately owned businesses, small-to-medium sized enterprises, high net worth individuals and local subsidiaries of international corporations. Our lawyers aim to understand client businesses...LEARN MORE
Businesses operating in Australia must comply with the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA). The CCA is enforced by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)...