Levitt Robinson advises a diverse range of clients, including many high profile individuals and large publicly listed corporations. We act for small and medium-sized enterprises, small business owners, high net worth individuals, start-up companies, trusts and funds.
We also advise a number of foreign corporations and overseas financial institutions. We conduct cross-border litigation throughout Australia and in a number of jurisdictions around the world, including Hong Kong, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, South Africa and the USA.
We are known for going out of our way to achieve a commercial outcome for our clients, and have earned a reputation as the lawyers who will fight longer and harder than any others. We often succeed where others have failed, and we are not afraid to take on cases that others are too scared to touch, including against large corporations or government bodies.
Our unique business model has also delivered one of the largest ever payouts per class-member in a representative action in Australia (the Richards v Macquarie Bank litigation) as well as almost 100% of the value of the class action claims (the Palm Island class action).
Our legal team includes some of the most experienced and highly-regarded commercial litigation lawyers in Sydney. That is how we have been able to tackle some of the largest, most complex corporate and financial services lawsuits in recent Australian history, despite being a fraction of the size of most of our competitors.
Avoid the “bells and whistles” often found at larger firms, we deliver top-level service at competitive prices.
We are committed to helping the disadvantaged. We have acted pro bono on several large and high-profile human rights lawsuits, including in the High Court.
We can speak to you in English, Mandarin, Greek, French, Pidgin and Shona.
Levitt Robinson is a member of Consulegis, an international network of independent law firms. This gives our clients access to a global network of law firms who can assist in resolving any cross-border dispute.