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Redenbach Lee Lawyers is one of the leading Government Law firms in Australia with founding solicitor, Keith Redenbach a finalist in the Lawyers Weekly Partner of the Year Award 2019 in the Government Law category. Our government service is highlighted by our recognition as a Local Government Procurement Approved Contractor.

As demonstrated by our lengthy track record advising a vast number of Councils, our experience in providing government services includes giving advice on matters of tendering, probity, legislation as well as government contracts. Further, we have specialist knowledge of providing advice on available legislative avenues such as freedom of information and judicial review of administrative decisions.

Our expertise also extends to matters involving government developments, as indicated with our involvement in contracts with Sydney Airport, as well as the collection of rates. Our track record also includes a number of waste collection contracts, as a fundamental exercise of Council’s role within local communities. The firm’s involvement in the waste collection currently remains one of the largest of its kind in New South Wales and has been effective for over a decade. Further, our firm was recently involved in advising a Council on a major infrastructure project concerning a quarry mine, demonstrating a range of experience with such large-scale infrastructure projects and the consequent relationships with Council.

Our Service

Our Government Law team is able to provide specialist advice in:

  • Environment and planning
  • Privacy
  • Internal governance and probity
  • Litigation and dispute resolution
  • Government contracts and procurement
  • Infrastructure and construction projects
  • Judicial and merits review
  • Debt collection
  • Reputation and defamation protection
  • Public commissions and inquiries
  • Delivery of services including (but not limited to) waste collection and disposal, entertainment facilities, roads and water
  • Native title
  • Employment and workplace health and safety
  • Dispute resolution
  • Development applications
  • Code of conduct reviews
  • Civil enforcement of council orders
  • Environmental prosecutions