Below is a list of the top and leading Consumer Protection Lawyers in Hobart. To help you find the best Consumer Protection Lawyers located near you in Hobart, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Hobart’s Best Consumer Protection Lawyers:
The top rated Consumer Protection Lawyers dealing with the protection of both small businesses and individual’s rights in commercial setting are:
- Susan Larsen-Scott – Dobson Mitchell Allport
- Hobart Community Legal Service
- Luke Forsyth – Hall Payne Lawyers
Dobson Mitchell Allport
Susan Larsen-Scott is a principal in Dobson Mitchell Allport’s commercial team. She is a leading commercial lawyer, particularly in the fields of intellectual property, privacy and right to information. She is a practical and experienced contract negotiator, especially with supply and logistics contracts and franchise agreements.
Susan sits on the Law Council of Australia’s SME Business Law Committee, which focuses on issues like competition law, fair trading and consumer protection affecting small business.
Intellectual Property, Structuring & Insolvency, Corporate Governance, Commercial
“Susan was there every step of the way. She was direct to the point at every question I’ve had.” – Jessica
Hobart Community Legal Service
Hobart Community Legal Service (HCLS) is a community organisation that aims to foster community awareness of the law, to make the law more equitable and accessible to the public, and to provide free legal information, advice, and referral to the general public in southern Tasmania.
Consumer Protection Law, Contracts, Debt, Bankruptcy, Employment Law, Intellectual Property & Copyright
“I’m happy with how my lawyer responded to all of my legal needs. Thank you HCLS for recommending such a great lawyer.” – Jason M.
Hall Payne Lawyers
Luke Forsyth is a Principal in Hall Payne’s Sydney office. He practises in the firm’s industrial relations and employment law teams and since 2014 Luke has been consistently recognised as one of Australia’s leading employment lawyers by his peers in the Doyle’s Guide.
Luke started with Hall Payne in 2001, before leaving to work as the Senior Legal Officer at the Queensland Nurses’ and Midwives Union in 2008. He returned in 2012 and was appointed Principal.
Competition and Consumer Act Claims, Recovering Short Term Incentive (STI), Long Term Incentive (LTI), Restraint of Trade and Confidential Information Matters, Defamation, Employee Contractual Entitlements & Common Law Claims, Discrimination & Sexual Harassment, Termination of Employment/Unfair Dismissal Claims & Research Misconduct Matters
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