Brendan McGrath Brendan McGrath

Brendan McGrath

Senior Associate Commercial | Brisbane
07 3231 0677 bmcgrath@mcw.com.au Download vCard

Brendan is a trusted senior associate in the firm’s commercial team. He is known for his ability to understand the needs of his clients and provide practical and tailored legal and commercial advice.

Over his 10 years at the firm, Brendan has provided advice to a wide range of corporate, government and private clients. He assists his clients in Australia, as well as overseas.

Brendan’s expertise and broad experience enables him to understand the challenges of businesses of all sizes, and facilitate multi-faceted approaches and outcomes for clients in an efficient and straightforward manner.

 

Solutions, like problems are often unique; the only way to achieve the right one is by understanding the unique needs of each client.

Brendan's Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland
  • Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, College of Law
  • Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland
  • Solicitor of the High Court of Australia

Brendan's Expertise

  • Commercial Advisory
  • Commercial and Residential Property
  • Agribusiness
  • Business Acquisitions and Sales
  • Local Government advice
  • Intellectual Property
  • Mining Law
  • Native Title

Brendan's Leadership

  • Member, Property Council of Australia
  • Member, Queensland Law Society
  • Member, Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand

Brendan's recent publications

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  1. Tax and Superannuation laws changed at the beginning of the year - do you know where you stand?

    10 May 2016

    Tax treatment of property sales is set to change. This guide will give you the necessary information to ensure you are up to date. The Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment (2015 Measures No.6) Act 2016 (Act) came into effect on February, 25 this year....

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  2. Noxious Weeds – A Costly Pest

    02 Sep 2015

    The spread of noxious weeds continue to be a major problem facing primary producers and the Queensland pastoral industry generally, costing farmers and graziers in Queensland an estimated $30 million a year in reduced production and increased management...

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  3. Foreign Investment Changes – What does it mean for Foreign Buyers?

    26 May 2015

    Foreign investors face a number of legal and regulatory challenges when acquiring land in Australia. In addition to start-up issues relating to the raising of funds and structure of investment vehicles, the practical implication of varying protocols,...

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