We offer advice and represent clients in a range of areas including town planning law, land acquisition and compensation, environmental planning law, restrictive covenants and property disputes as well as gaming and liquor licensing regulations in Melbourne.The synergies we derive from these areas of practice, together with our structure as a boutique firm, enable our practitioners to remain accessible to our clients and offer timely and efficient legal services with a cost effective fee structure.Disciplinary authorities may arrange for dispute resolution or mediation, and the outcome might be an agreement as to costs, an apology or an explanation, or work performed by the solicitor at no charge to fix the mistake.If a complaint involves allegations of misconduct, the complaint will be investigated by the relevant authority.Members of the legal profession (lawyers, solicitors, legal practitioners, attorneys, barristers, junior counsel, Senior Counsel, SCs, Queen’s Counsel, QCs) owe their clients a duty to act with reasonable care and skill.If a legal professional has mishandled your matter, you have the right to make a complaint to the relevant Commission or disciplinary body in your State or Territory.He cancels plans, he goes MIA for days at a time, he acts distant.
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Best Hooper is a Melbourne based boutique law firm practicing in a range of areas including local government and town planning law, property, commercial and corporations law and dispute resolution.
We have experienced lawyers that will assist in relation to a compulsory acquisition under the Melbourne Metro Rail Project.
Please contact Matthew Francke or Joel Snyder to arrange an initial consultation.