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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.

The team of individuals including commercial lawyers, business lawyers, construction lawyers and property lawyers at Usher Levi understand the legal complexities faced by our clients in the current business environment. We 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.

As well as providing excellent legal advice and representation in a variety of cases, we are specialised in commercial and construction law, and we are a law firm that aims to add direct commercial value to your organisation, by improving and/or developing business processes that lead to long-term success.

Our highly experienced commercial lawyers, construction lawyers, business lawyers and property lawyers are committed to help you.

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Legal News Updates
October 19, 2016
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March 01, 2016
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February 01, 2016
A “note” to corporations: Be aware of the indemnities granted to officers In Note Printing Australia Ltd v Leckenby [2015] VSCA 105, the Victorian Court of Appeal upheld the decision made in Leckenby v Note Printing Australia Ltd [2014] VSC... Read More >
January 11, 2016
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January 06, 2016
FIDIC Contracts and Managing Interface Risk in Queensland International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) contracts are sometimes used in Queensland when managing interface risk for high value construction projects. Although FIDIC contract templates are used globally, there are no guideline... Read More >