Our lawyers provide tailored legal advice to six core industries

Our thorough industry understanding allows us to address your legal issues in the context of the challenges that really matter to your business.

DibbsBarker provides a full suite of commercial legal services

Our service offerings are tailored to your requirements. We team closely across the firm to provide comprehensive legal advice that covers all elements of your matter.

Our people are commercial, responsive and industry savvy

Our personal service, flexibility, accessibility and deep industry understanding ensure a unique service to our clients, helping them achieve their business goals.

Recent News and Publications
How to avoid HR hangovers this holiday season
Social media misuse, sexual harassment and drunken misconduct are some of the key risks employers need to proactively manage in order to minimise the risk of adverse claims arising from end of year celebrations.
Tenants’ insurance obligations under commercial leases
This article provides a brief overview of the types of insurances which a landlord generally requires a tenant to hold under a commercial lease. It notes the difference between a “named insured”, “interested party” and “noted” interest, and comments on common insurance clauses and their impact.
DibbsBarker staff put their green thumbs to work in support of Greening Australia
Earlier this month, DibbsBarker teamed up with not-for-profit organisation Greening Australia to host a pot-planting event in Martin Place, helping to raise awareness about Greening Australia’s conservation work in the Sydney area and beyond.
Recent Webcasts
Maree Skinner, head of our Employee & Industrial Relations team, talks to BRR Media about the legal risks that can arise when the work-life balance becomes blurred and employees are expected to be available outside of their regular working hours.
Lis Boyce, Partner in our Commercial team, comments on some of the growing technology trends in the healthcare industry. Lis is joined by Special Counsel Marie Feltham, a specialist in privacy and health regulation, to discuss particular issues relating to the collection and use of health data and the increase in patients' engagement with their own devices and treatment.
Maree Skinner, Partner in the DibbsBarker employee & industrial relations team, discusses an unfair dismissal case heard in the Federal Court, which highlights the importance of setting and enforcing workplace policies.