Patron Legal is a small team of dedicated and experienced lawyers practicing in employment, commercial and industrial relations law.


Getting to know you and your business is fundamental to our approach in delivering quality legal services. Whether you are an individual, small business, or corporation, our broad local and international business exposure allows us to tackle your issues in a practical and commercial manner.

With offices currently in Sydney and Melbourne, our legal team has individual expertise across the science, health, retail, sports, and human resources sectors. Our ability to work closely with our clients sees us continue to deliver practical strategies with achievable solutions.

Professional Resources

Experienced team, with members working with individuals, businesses and industry to provide sound advice in resolving their legal issues.

Areas of Expertise

  • Employment Law
  • Commercial litigation
  • Industrial Relations
  • ADR
  • Small business law
  • Criminal Law
  • Privacy and media law

Specialised Services

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution: Conciliation, mediation, arbitration, negotiation
  • Commercial Litigation: Contract disputes, corporations law, intellectual property, confidentiality
  • Employment Law: Managing employees, unfair dismissals, general protections, independent contractors, enterprise agreements, advice for start-ups, workplace investigations
  • Criminal Law: White collar crime, crime in the workplace
  • Small Business Law: Starting a business, regulatory compliance, employment, franchising, advice for start-ups
  • Privacy and Media Law: Defamation, contracts, copyright, confidentiality

Contact Details

Phone: 1300 970 214
Web: Visit Patron Legal

Articles | Special Reports

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Considering who should be made redundant and why

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GovNews Exclusive - The next step in laying off staff includes the difficulty of considering who should go. Here are some helpful tips.

Safe legal steps to workforce redundancy

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GovNews Exclusive - Making staff redundant can be painful, so here's a handy guide to help ease the process.