Sharing what we’ve learned
One of the founding principles of Burke & Mead Lawyers is empowerment. We like to think that by sharing the things we’ve learned and the sources and resources of information that we use – it might go some way to empowering our community. Its not entirely selfless though, as the more aware you are of your rights and responsibilities – the more likely you might be to get in touch with us to see if we can help!
We have developed this Learning Centre as a repository of our corporate knowledge and it will continue to grow with us as we continue to grow to serve our community. We welcome your thoughts, suggestions and input to help us improve. So if you’d like to share, please complete a Feedback Form.
Learning Centre Posts
For the first time ever, new mining reforms will put the responsibility of subsidence damage on coal mine owners. Property owners in NSW are set to benefit from these reforms which will see coal mine owners be directly accountable for the damage their...
The NSW government’s controversial surety bond scheme has been scrapped after a court last week deemed it unlawful. The scheme was introduced last year to protect Trustee & Guardian’s (TAG) clients from being “ripped off” by family members who were...
Emma, James, Janette, Alana, Venita and the team at Burke & Mead. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, for all you have done for me when you took my Motor Vehicle case on in 2013. Your simple work smithing, skill, passion and most of all customer centricity focus in liaising with me has truely been appreciated.
Emma, Thank you to you, You are a lovely human. I love how real you are, You have from what I have learned an admirable empathy for women and children and for what’s right. You don’t leave any stone unturned. I love your Professional, classy act; It’s unique these days. You’re a knockout. Thank you and all the best!
J.S – Mayfield