Welcome to Clifford Gouldson Lawyers. We provide advice and services to business and individuals in the areas of workplace, litigation & dispute resolution, business, property, structuring, intellectual property and building & construction law.
Starting as a Toowoomba law firm we have grown our Queensland and Australia wide client base on the strength of our quality service and reputation.
The best legal advice doesn’t come case by case or matter by matter. Successful businesses need lawyers who are interested in developing a much deeper understanding of your operations and have a desire to build long term relationships with you.
Clifford Gouldson offers your business the opportunity to partner with a firm that has exceptional legal skills and knowledge and a commitment to contributing directly to the commercial success of your business. We take direct and immediate action when required but we also take the time to understand the key drivers of your success.
Large firm expertise, delivered locally
At Clifford Gouldson your legal issues receive the benefit of a level of specialised legal knowledge and expertise that we are confident is the equal of any law firm in Australia. Our commitment to genuine specialisation in the critical areas of law for businesses allows us to combine the best aspects of capital city firms with our local knowledge and commitment to traditional service.
Ready to solve your legal problems
Across workplace law, litigation & dispute resolution, business law, intellectual property and building & construction we are the best choice for business in the Toowoomba region.
If your business is facing a legal problem or you need advice that will add value to your business or a key project we invite you to contact us today.
Your access point for the critical legal business information you need.
Business seminar programs, customised training programs, and legal awareness programs.
An ipso facto clause is a common clause found within contracts and agreements that allows for one party to terminate (or vary) a contract or agreement when the other party enters insolvency. The new reforms will apply only to contracts entered into after 1 July 2018. ... read on
Managing disciplinary matters with employees can be a tough process. Proper communication between employer and employee regarding misconduct is a crucial element in handling any disciplinary matter, as evidenced in a Fair Work Commission case involving an employee with English as her second language at an aged care facility.... read on
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