Matthew Bromley


Barrister

Secretary:
Admitted:
27 Feb 1989
Bar:
23 May 2002
Location:
Room 10, Dawson Chambers,
405 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, 3000
Call Foley’s on 03 9225 7777 to discuss availability
PROFILE

Matthew Bromley was admitted to practice in 1989 and signed the Bar Roll in 2002. 

Matthew has experience in all types of commercial disputes, including misleading and deceptive conduct claims, disputes between directors/shareholders, franchise disputes, lease disputes and general contractual claims.

He acts in insolvency matters involving  voidable  transactions and insolvent trading. 

Matthew also deals with employment law matters including wrongful termination of employment, FWC proceedings for unfair dismissals, employee/independent contractor issues, restraints of trade, confidential information, redundancy entitlements, sexual harassment, and discrimination.

Matthew acts for retirement village residents and owners. He has acted successfully for residents of a village for over 8 years  through VCAT, the Federal Court and the Supreme Court. See 

Rees v Illawong Retirement Group Pty Ltd (Civil Claims) [2014] VCAT 667 (5 May 2014)

Stubbs v Martyniuk (Civil Claims) [2015] VCAT 1315 (21 August 2015)

 

 

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AREAS OF PRACTICE

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
Appellate
Commercial Law
Defamation
Equity & Trusts
Industrial Relations Law & Employment Law
Inquests, Inquiries, Tribunals & Commissions
Public Law & Administrative Law

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Matthew Bromley was admitted to practice in 1989 and signed the Bar Roll in 2002. 

Matthew has experience in all types of commercial disputes, including misleading and deceptive conduct claims, disputes between directors/shareholders, franchise disputes, lease disputes and general contractual claims.

He acts in insolvency matters involving  voidable  transactions and insolvent trading. 

Matthew also deals with employment law matters including wrongful termination of employment, FWC proceedings for unfair dismissals, employee/independent contractor issues, restraints of trade, confidential information, redundancy entitlements, sexual harassment, and discrimination.

Matthew acts for retirement village residents and owners. He has acted successfully for residents of a village for over 8 years  through VCAT, the Federal Court and the Supreme Court. See 

Rees v Illawong Retirement Group Pty Ltd (Civil Claims) [2014] VCAT 667 (5 May 2014)

Stubbs v Martyniuk (Civil Claims) [2015] VCAT 1315 (21 August 2015)