Our litigation and dispute resolution practice offers a wealth of experience acting for individuals to large private and public companies across all kinds of disputes.

At Chambers Russell Lawyers we understand that litigation is rarely desirable. When a client is embroiled in a dispute that will not resolve by itself we step in and seek to resolve the matter early. Understanding the relevant area of law, briefing the right experts and providing clear and strategic advice is how we provide our clients with value in any litigious or alternative dispute resolution process.

We prosecute and defend litigation in all jurisdictions and provide legal advice and services across all areas of civil dispute.

Our legal services and expertise include:

  • Adjudication claims
  • Arbitration, conciliation and mediation
  • Bankruptcy and insolvency
  • Commercial litigation
  • Construction disputes
  • Debt recovery
  • Delay and extension of time claims
  • Home warranty insurance / Insurance under the Home Building Compensation Fund
  • Insurance claims and disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Property damage
  • Security of payment claims
  • Workers’ compensation
Daniel Russell Partner with expertise in litigation (02) 8248 2802

Litigation Resources

  • What Makes an Easement “Reasonably Necessary”? - Gordon v Lever (No 2) [2019] NSWCA 275 The case of Gordon v Lever (No 2) [2019] NSWCA 275 is a case concerning the imposition of easements by the Court. The case and its procedural history featured much discussion on what constitutes an easement as “reasonably necessary” under section 88K(1) of the Conveyancing Act 1919. Published by Daniel Russell and Ryan Machado on March 13, 2020
  • Important Decision on NCAT Jurisdiction for Common Property Claims On 15 January 2020, the Appeal Panel of the New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (“NCAT”) published a joint decision in two cases: The Owners—Strata Plan No 74835 v Pullicin (“Pullicin”); and The Owners—Strata Plan No 80412 v Vickery [2020] NSWCATAP 5 (“Vickery”). Published by Scott Chambers and Joel White on January 16, 2020
  • Lot owner derivative actions In Tan v The Owners - Strata Plan No 22014 (No 2) [2015] the Supreme Court opened the door to lot owners taking derivative actions on behalf of owners corporations. In this case note we analyse the reasoning of the Court that entitled the lot owner in that case to take such action and be indemnified for their costs in doing so. Published by Daniel Russell and Katherine Flynn on June 1, 2016
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