Mr Brett Boon > Thomson Geer > Sydney, Australia > Lawyer Profile
Thomson Geer Offices
Level 14, 60 Martin Place
SYDNEY NSW 2000
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Mr Brett Boon
Gaming & Leisure
Brett has more than 25 years’ experience in gaming, liquor and registered clubs law. He leads the firms Gaming & Leisure Group which consists of a number of specialist practitioners.
Brett has acted on a diverse range of regulatory, commercial, corporate, and property matters for registered clubs and industry associations in New South Wales (NSW). His clients include a range of registered clubs and peak industry bodies such as the RSL and Services Clubs Association, Leagues Clubs Australia, Club Managers Association of Australia, the Federation of Community Workers and Sporting Clubs, as well as other gaming and leisure projects.
Brett advises on a broad range of matters including gaming, liquor and registered club regulation, amalgamations and de-amalgamations, commercial arrangements, dispute resolution, and major property development projects.
Brett’s clients value his deep knowledge of the registered clubs industry and the legal and commercial issues facing the industry. He is particularly sought after for his strategic advice on complex regulatory issues and commercial arrangements and is valued by his clients for maximising the outcomes sought by them.
Brett regularly speaks at club industry conferences on the various issues concerning the industry, and in 2005 Brett was appointed by ClubsNSW to the industry’s peak governance body, the Code Authority. The Authority administers the Code of Conduct for registered clubs in NSW and hears and determines complaints made under the Code.
- Appointed by Clubs NSW to the Code Authority, the Club Industry’s peak Governance body, in 2005.
- Inducted into the Club Managers Association of Australia Hall of Fame as an associate member in 2002 in recognition of his outstanding contribution in the provision of legal services to the Clubs Industry.
- Master of Laws, University of Sydney
- Bachelor of Arts and Laws, Macquarie University
- Admitted to the Supreme Court of New South Wales