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Disputes & Risk Management

The corporate disputes and risk management team at Levitt Robinson Solicitors is comprised of some of Sydney’s top lawyers and advisors in the commercial dispute space.

We understand that litigation is often a huge burden on all involved and that all sides to a dispute generally want to put the disagreement behind them and get on with their lives. That is why we have been pioneers in avoiding resorting to the courts and instead utilising mediation, arbitration, conciliation, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. However, should your dispute be required to go to court, our team is widely regarded as some of Australia’s most tenacious and persistent litigators.

Our lawyers have expertise and experience in all facets of domestic and international commercial disputes, and are adept at advising on such matters as:

  • Bankruptcy Disputes

  • Commercial Debt Recovery

  • Commercial Contracts Disputes

  • Construction and Disputes

  • Conveyancing and Leasing

  • Corporate and Commercial Litigation

  • Drafting Complex Commercial Agreements

  • Directors’ Duties and Obligations Disputes

  • Employment Disputes

  • Environment and Planning Disputes

  • Estates and Probate Disputes

  • Franchise Law

  • Fraud and White-Collar Crime

  • Insolvency and Liquidation Disputes

  • Oil Code Disputes

  • Professional Liability

  • Real Property Disputes

  • Shareholders’ and Joint Venture
    Agreements and Disputes

  • Reputation Management

  • Taxation Objections

We do not rest until we have achieved the best possible result for our clients.


Our disputes and risk management lawyers focus on avoiding costly proceedings and trials, and emphasises speedy resolutions without compromising on results.

We are expert disputes strategists and have a record of delivering the best results for our clients quickly and at the minimum possible expense.


Other law firms are more likely to throw in the towel if you have us in your corner, because they know that the alternative is to have a serious fight on their hands.

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