Brisbane Lawyers Rostron Carlyle have been advising many of Brisbane’s leading corporations, banks, statutory bodies and individuals since 2001.
ROSTRON CARLYLE SOLICITORS
Formed in 2001, Rostron Carlyle has grown into one of Brisbane’s leading firms, led by 6 partners and employing 30 professional staff who specialise in a number of key practice areas. Our experienced and committed professionals are focused on providing clients with result-orientated outcomes and commercially minded options to a range of legal issues.
What sets Rostron Carlyle apart is our professionals’ personal skills. Technical excellence in the law is commonplace, the ability for lawyers to relate and empathise with clients, regardless of the nature of their legal issue, is rarer. Rostron Carlyle’s philosophy and values focus on innovation, commitment and honesty, combined with our ‘relaxed professionalism’. This approach appeals to our clients and staff alike, where we strive to be more than just lawyers, but people upon whom you can rely. This attitude has been the cornerstone of our growth and success, and why we take great pride in the long term relationships we build together with clients.
For more information on our legal services please see our specialised services below.
21st November 2013
From 12 March 2014, a number of important changes in privacy law will come into force and all organisations will need to review their policy and procedures in light of the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth) (Amendment Act). Generally, the new laws will only apply to businesses and non-governmental > Read More
22nd August 2013
Although registering as a charity and the related taxation benefits are not new concepts, the process and governing bodies for this system have undergone a major overhaul. Until recently the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) was responsible for any decision regarding whether an organisation could be endorsed as a charity. From 3 December > Read More
20th August 2013
The Personal Property and Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) implemented sweeping changes to the law of security interests in personal property and has completely changed the ways in which these security interests can be protected. It is no longer sufficient to simply enter into an agreement creating a security interest over another > Read More
14th May 2013
Following the recent report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and the investigation of Mr Rental’s Rental agreement by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission’s (ASIC), any business which has an agreement with its customers concerning the provision of a service, good or credit (inclusive of consumer leases) should carefully > Read More
14th March 2013
The Queensland Building Services Authority is obliged to ensure the Home Warranty Scheme established by the Queensland Building Services Authority Act 1991 (QBSA Act) is managed with sustainable principles so that amounts paid into the insurance fund will be sufficient to satisfy amounts paid out. Sections 71(1) and 111C(6) of the Queensland > Read More
brisbane office details
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Phone (07) 3009 8444
Fax (07) 3009 8499
GPO Box 3203 Brisbane , QLD 4001