STRATEGICALLY MANAGE TRANSACTIONAL, REGULATORY, AND GOVERNANCE AND COMPLIANCE ISSUES.

In the fast-evolving and complex landscape of global commerce, the challenges and opportunities facing businesses are more pronounced than ever before.

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Navigating this intricately interconnected world requires not only acumen but also adaptability and foresight.

Trade policies, regulatory shifts, emerging markets, and technological advancements are ceaselessly reshaping the terrain in which corporations operate. We understand these changes are not merely trends; they are the variables that define your business's potential for growth and success.

Moulis Legal guides clients through this complex terrain, providing strategic, tailored, legal solutions, helping them harness challenges and convert them into opportunities for success. We are highly respected commercial and international advisers and dispute solvers with sought-after international trade law expertise and commercial wisdom, honed through decades traversing the Australian and global business landscape.

Our team of specialised corporate lawyers deliver the indispensable commercial law advice and support you need to effectively manage day-to-day governance and regulatory obligations, and effect complex strategic transactions, in pursuit of your business goals. Our point of difference is our deep international trade expertise, which adds significant value to clients from private companies to multinationals.

Our commercial law team works closely with our international trade lawyers as well as our intellectual property lawyers in matters involving larger scale international transactions, including multinational joint ventures, and supply or distribution arrangements.From facilitating capital ventures and overseeing mergers and acquisitions to forging strategic joint venture partnerships and negotiating commercial contracts, our corporate lawyers deliver dedicated proficiency, unparalleled execution capabilities, and commercial wisdom gained within the public and private sectors.

Our industry-specific approach enables us to comprehend the distinct risks, industry drivers, commercial objectives, and sector influences impacting our clients. This understanding allows us to guide companies to favourable outcomes, positioning them for success and growth.

OUR SERVICES

BUSINESS AND CORPORATE ADVISORY
JOINT VENTURES
COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS
OVERSEAS INVESTMENT BY AUSTRALIAN ENTITIES
COMPANY LAW AND GOVERNANCE
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS
FRANCHISING
CAPITAL MARKETS
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LICENCING
SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS

OUR EXPERIENCE

Moulis Legal is a long-standing, multi-disciplinary firm specialising in commercial law and international trade, with a reputation for developing adept solutions for clients across major projects and high-level advisory work.

Our commercial and international expertise is underpinned by our commercial and business advisory services. Our team of corporate lawyers guide and support organisations, from start-up businesses and not-for-profit entities to small to medium enterprises and publicly listed corporations, helping them manage the myriad of regulatory, governance and compliance issues and traverse multifaceted transactions.

Moulis Legal’s expertise in business and corporate law advisory is both broad and tightly business focused. We understand that each commercial transaction our clients enter into is significant to them and the ramifications of not producing the right outcome can have both legal and commercial consequences.

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INTERNATIONAL EXPERTISE

What makes us unique is that we are a boutique Australian commercial law firm that exports our corporate advisory services to some of the world’s largest and most successful businesses in over 30 countries around the globe. We provide strategic, timely and expert guidance to corporate and regulatory bodies and organisations engaged in importing, exporting, trading, and commercialising or protecting ideas, goods, or services.

We augment our clients’ success by helping them set their legal strategy, remove legal barriers, and implement legal protections to enable them to accomplish their business objectives wherever they operate in the world.

 

BROAD CAPABILITIES AND INDUSTRY FOCUS

Our team of commercial law specialists is defined by its wide-ranging capabilities across the array of commercial and corporate law matters, enabling us to provide an extensive suite of services and expertise that spans various industry sectors. These include Manufacturing and Supply Chain, Technology, Media, and Telecommunications; Energy and Infrastructure; Government; and China Business. Our versatility broadens the spectrum of legal support we can provide, ensuring our clients receive commercial advice and solutions tailored to their specific industry context.

Our expertise includes the delivery of commercial law services for businesses in the areas of corporate governance, procurement, commercial contracts, financial services, joint ventures, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, corporate recovery, and superannuation fund and business asset management, among others.

 

MULTI-DISCIPLINARY TEAM

The depth of our firm’s expertise is derived not only from the skills of our individual corporate lawyers but also from our capacity to function as a cohesive, multi-disciplined firm, delivering comprehensive services. We have an exceptional ability for assembling teams of lawyers with the ideal blend of legal acumen and commercial abilities to align with our clients' needs and industry sectors.

This commitment to collaborative problem-solving empowers us to devise effective strategies tailored to each client’s unique challenges and goals, and to tap into expertise in areas including commercial property law, consumer law, dispute resolution, and commercial law litigation.

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