Mr Peter Calov > Corrs Chambers Westgarth > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Corrs Chambers Westgarth Offices
Level 37, Quay Quarter Tower
50 Bridge Street
Sydney NSW 2000
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Mr Peter Calov
Major Projects & Infrastructure / Property & Real Estate.
Peter Calov plays an integral role in some of the iconic property projects that shape Australia’s landscape and cityscapes. For more than 25 years, he has specialised in all aspects of commercial property practice, including property projects, joint ventures, finance and title structures. Peter is sought by major property developers and institutions to assist in acquiring, developing (including leasing and financing) and selling major commercial, retail, industrial and residential property in Australia.
Law Society of New South Wales – Member.
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth regularly advises on market-leading transactions, including major new commercial developments in Melbourne, as well as large build-to-rent (BTR) developments, and industrial asset transactions on a national scale. Melbourne-based practice head Nathaniel Popelianski is well known for helming such large-scale real estate transactions, while the Sydney-based Natalie Bryant – praised by clients for her ability to ‘find solutions that work for all parties in complex situations‘ – is a key name to note for large, mixed use developments and urban renewal projects. Peter Calov acts on many of Australia’s most prominent property developments, infrastructure projects, and over station developments, as well as the corporate and financing aspects of real estate matters. Elsewhere, senior partner Paul Carrick counts global property investment houses as key clients. Calov and Carrick are also based in Sydney.
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- Data protection
- Dispute resolution: arbitration
- Dispute resolution: litigation
- Infrastructure projects and construction
- Intellectual property
- IT and telecoms
- Real estate
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Banking and finance
- Competition and trade
- Corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: class actions
- Energy (transactions and regulatory)
- Environment and planning
- Fintech and financial services regulatory
- Labour and employment
- Media and entertainment
- Natural resources (transactions and regulatory)
- Project finance
- White-collar crime
- Labour and employment: workplace health and safety (WHS)
- Capital markets