Redchip Lawyers bolsters practice with Hynes Legal acquisition

Hynes Legal will add expertise in body corporate and strata management rights to Redchip's offering

Redchip Lawyers bolsters practice with Hynes Legal acquisition

Brisbane commercial law firm Redchip Lawyers has expanded its service offering by acquiring Queensland-based strata law practice Hynes Legal.

According to Redchip Lawyers, this acquisition will integrate strata, body corporate, and management rights expertise into the firm’s commercial law, property, litigation, and succession planning practices.

In the process, Hynes Legal will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Redchip Lawyers while still trade under its existing name and branding.

Redchip Lawyers director Robert Lalor described the acquisition as part of a "mutually beneficial growth strategy."

“Introducing this new arm of the business in body corporate and strata management rights is an offer that makes sense for our existing commercial, property, and dispute resolution services,” stated Lalor.

Frank Higginson of Hynes Legal described the acquisition as a "logical extension" of t“eir close working”relationship, given the firms’ history of referring work to each other.

With the addition of Hynes Legal’s staff, Redchip Lawyers will have a total of 50 employees on board.

Established in 1996, Redchip Lawyers specialises in commercial and property law.

 

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