Hamish Rotstein

Name: Hamish Rotstein

Firm: Rotstein Commercial Lawyers

Tel.: +613 9604 7888
Fax: +613 9642 8770
E-mail: info@rlr.com.au
E-mail: hamish@rotsteins.com.au
Website: http://www.rlr.com.au

Areas of practice

  • Banking & Finance Law
  • Bankruptcy & Insolvency
  • Contractual & Commercial Law
  • Company & Corporate Law (incl. M&A)
  • Dept Collecting
  • Dispute Resolution & Litigation
  • Energy & Natural Resources
  • Entertainment, Sports & Media Law
  • Health Care
  • Immigration


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Hamish Rotstein BA LLB, Accredited Specialist (Com Lit), Grad Dip FINSIA
Founding Principal

Hamish heads the following practice groups:
RLR Health, RLR Property, RLR Corporate, RLR Dispute Resolution, RLR Insolvency, RLR Intellectual Property.

Hamish has substantial experience in complex transactions and an enviable reputation for tackling his clients' legal issues in ways which assist those clients to achieve their commercial objectives.

Hamish acts for clients in the following industries, many of whom are market leaders in their fields: pharmaceuticals, health, property, resources, food technology and distribution, advertising, sports marketing, manufacturing and telecommunications.

In the context of commercial disputes, Hamish is very proud of his record of achieving positive outcomes for his clients across Australia, particularly in the Federal Court and State Superior Courts and in his dealings with various state and federal regulatory bodies. In 2010, the Law Institute of Victoria accredited Hamish as a specialist in commercial litigation.

In addition to his university degrees, Hamish has a graduate degree in Applied Finance & Investment from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. He is also a member of the the following professional organisations:

*Law Institute of Victoria
*Intellectual Property Society of Australia & NZ
*Licensing Executives Society of Australia and NZ
*Financial Services Institute of Australasia
*Advertising Federation of Australia.