LAUREN HOWE

Solicitor

Overview

Lauren has been working as a law clerk with the firm since April 2015 and was admitted as a lawyer in the NSW Supreme Court on 27 May 2016 after completing a Bachelor of Business and Commerce (Managing Human Resources and Industrial Relations) and a Bachelor of Laws at the Western Sydney University. Lauren further completed her Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice at the College of Law in April 2016.

Lauren is a litigation lawyer with experience in building and construction disputes. She has developed an interest in the expeditious and cost effective Security of Payments legislation (Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999), whether as a tool for resolving contractual payment disputes or simply a debt recovery mechanism. Lauren has worked on and advised on security of payment matters in NSW, the ACT, QLD and VIC.

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Lauren has assisted clients in successful debt collection as well as insolvencies and bankruptcies.

Lauren has experience in contractual interpretation and providing contractual advice.

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LOCATION:
Burwood North NSW, 2134
Level 3, 28 Burwood Road,
Burwood NSW, 2134

Telephone: 02 9021 9699
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DEBT RECOVERY SERVICE
Construction Trade Industry Lawyers provides a free Letter of Demand Service. In order to assist us prepare your letter of demand we require you to complete the Claim Form and provide copies of the invoices that have not been paid. Submit Your Claim

SOME CHANGES TO FAIR WORK ACT COMMENCED ON 1 JANUARY 2013
Several Changes to the Fair Work Act 2009 came into effect on 1 January 2013. Other changes are intended to commence later in 2013. Read More

RESOURCES
Significant Changes to NSW Building Defect Legislation
Disputes With Your Builder Over Home Building Defects
Resolving Domestic Building Disputes
Security of Payment Changes Retention Money
New NSW cash retention scheme to commence in early 2015