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Robert James Lawyers

Robert James Lawyers is strongly focussed on providing commercial law services to clients operating in the business world. These clients range from successful private individuals and companies through to larger corporates, spanning a variety of industries and levels of operation (i.e. retailers/wholesalers, franchisors/franchisees, licensors/licensees, importers/exporters, property developers/investors and lenders).

These commercial law services typically include handling transactional work, dispute work and taxation/structuring work, (as well as related estate planning work) for our clients.

Having worked in this area for over 20 years, Anthony Cannizzo has developed a strong expertise in the pharmacy and health-related industries, assisting clients with business acquisitions and disposals, business relationship documents (e.g. partnership/shareholder/unitholder agreements, practice/association agreements), pharmacy ownership structuring and advice, and pharmacy approval location rules applications and related advice and transactions.

"When providing my services, I aim to fulfil the client's legal objectives while achieving the best commercial outcome for the client." - Anthony Cannizzo, Partner, Robert James Lawyers


Level 10, 200 Queen Street
Melbourne Victoria


P:03 8628 2000
F:03 8628 2050
E: anthony@robertjames.com.au

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