The Astute Choice
Deutsch Miller is a specialist corporate and dispute resolution firm built on the partners' top-tier experience and expertise - and one of only two boutique Australian firms to be recommended in the prestigious Legal 500, Asia Pacific.
Our unique combination of technical excellence, first class service and a practical, commercial approach to legal issues has earned us a reputation as the astute choice for clients and their advisers when they face complex, critical commercial challenges and opportunities.
Exceptional Capability, Accessibility and Commerciality
At Deutsch Miller our principal objective is to build long standing relationships with our clients based on trust and mutual respect. We do this in three key ways that separate us from our competitors.
1. We seek to understand our clients' business objectives first rather than diving straight into the legal work. The insights we gain through this approach allow us to genuinely act in our clients best interests, particularly in the technical and complex matters at which we excel.
2. Our partners have a high level of engagement in matters, from start to finish, ensuring that clients benefit from direct and responsive dealings at all times.
3. We’re committed to providing highly proactive, timely and constructive advice that is focused on being commercially sensible. Furthermore, as a boutique firm we have the flexibility to offer alternative pricing and fee structures to our clients on a case by case basis.
News and Views
COVID 19: Feel like tearing up your contract?
While some businesses are starting to ease back into work after their COVID-19 hibernation, most are still reeling to some degree from the impact of government restrictions, travel bans, interrupted supply chains, and the broader economic downturn. In the face of such challenges, you may be wondering whether there are grounds to be relieved from your contractual obligations.
COVID-19: Temporary changes to insolvency laws to provide relief for businesses and individuals
The Coronavirus Economic Response Package Omnibus Bill 2020 (‘the Bill’) came into effect on 25 March 2020 to provide a safety net to help businesses continue to operate during a period of temporary illiquidity caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and also assist individuals to manage their debt so as to avoid bankruptcy.
COVID-19 Legal Issues Briefing
In the past few weeks, the increasing spread of COVID-19 in Australia has brought immediate, unprecedented and far reaching challenges across Australia and the international community. No one it seems has been spared with COVID-19 not only placing lives in serious jeopardy, but also the immediate future of many businesses, with no knowing how long this crisis will last.