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Usher Levi Lawyers is fully committed to listening to your commercial requirements and situations and will help you understand the commercial and legal issues relevant to your matter. Usher Levi is a multi-service law firm that specialises in advice and representation for the following areas of law.

Usher Levi is a modern law firm in Brisbane, created with the client first in mind, with the primary goal of providing high quality legal advice at a lower cost. We have high performance lawyers who cater to the clients’ needs first and foremost. We understand when our clients need us, and listen when they don’t! We do not spend money on unnecessary overheads and that keeps the cost down for us and our clients.

Usher Levi understands the legal complexities faced by our clients in the current business environment. Usher Levi’s lawyers work across various areas of law and business, assisting clients to solve legal and commercial problems and, where possible, pro-actively cross-transfer their knowledge and experience to the client which not only offers solutions but, in many cases, provides preventative measures also while adding value to your business through implementation of revised/new documentation and processes. We are experienced construction lawyers and are committed to helping you.

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Legal News Updates
August 24, 2015
In the decision of McNab Developments (Qld) Pty Ltd v MAK Construction Services Pty Ltd & Ors [2014] QCA 232, the Queensland Court of Appeal considered the principles of natural justice, and whether an adjudicator’s decision would be invalid by... Read More >
August 10, 2015
The Melbourne Law School conducted a research report looking into the use of standard forms of contract in the construction industry, and the initial findings were published in a report entitled, Standard Forms of Contract in the Australian Construction Industry (Report).[1]... Read More >
July 01, 2015
On 1 July, 2015, new contractual requirements took effect and the new laws have a direct impact on residential building work. It is hoped that the new laws will minimise disputes, while also improving fairness for all parties to the... Read More >
May 01, 2015
The introduction of the Property Occupations Act 2014 (Qld) (the Act) on 1 December 2014, was seen as a means for simplifying the process for licensing and appointing real estate agents, regulating price guides, and for the purposes of this... Read More >
December 30, 2014
Following the commencement of the Building and Construction Industry Payments Amendment Act 2014 (BCIPA) on 15 December 2014, a number of key amendments were introduced which parties to construction contracts should have an awareness of in 2015. Read More >