What are these terms?

These terms of use govern your use of this website, which is created and controlled by MBA Lawyers Pty Ltd ACN 622 569 895 (we, our, us).

Please read these terms of use and the following privacy policy carefully. By connecting to, browsing or otherwise using our website, you agree to be bound by these terms of use and our privacy policy.

Relationship and nature of content

The content, including publications, on our website is not legal advice, and you cannot rely on it for legal advice.

Your use of this website or the receipt of any information from us or this website is not intended to create a solicitor-client relationship between you and MBA Lawyers Pty Ltd and such a relationship is not created.

You should not send us any confidential information until it is agreed that there is a solicitor-client relationship between you and us.

Until such a relationship exists, we will assume that any information you send to us is not confidential.

You must seek specific advice tailored to your circumstances before acting or relying on any of the consent on our website.


The information on this website can change and although we attempt to ensure that the content is current at the date specified for that content, we do not guarantee its currency.

Limit of liability

To the maximum extent permitted by law, MBA Lawyers Pty Ltd has no liability to you or anyone else for any loss or damage of any kind (however caused, including by negligence) arising from or relating in any way to the use of this website or any of the content, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such loss or damage, or such loss or damage was reasonably foreseeable.

This includes, but is not limited to, the transmission of any computer viruses or anything else (such as worms or Trojan horses) that may interfere with or damage the operations of your computer systems.

We will not be liable to you for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential loss arising from or relating in any way to your use of this website, including loss of business profits.

We make no warranties or representations about our website or any of the content on the website.

Intellectual property

Unless otherwise indicated, the content on our website belongs to us, or to someone who has given us permission to use it.

You may only access and use the content on our website for non-commercial or personal use unless you have prior written approval from us. You may print out any content on our website for your personal use. All other use, copying or reproduction of our website or any part of it is prohibited (except to the extent permitted by law). None of the content or any part of it may be reproduced on any other Internet website.

By sending any information or documents to us, you agree that we may copy, distribute or disclose any information or documents (such as but not limited to emails and attachments) to barristers, delivery organisations, third party suppliers and agents as required for the purpose of providing our services, or for us to provide services to you.


Publication of email addresses on this website does not infer consent to the receipt of unsolicited commercial electronic messages.


We are happy for you to link to our site.

We reserve the right to deny any person permission to link to our site.

We do not have control over nor are we responsible for any material contained in any linked site. We do not endorse nor make any representation about the linked site or the organisations referred to on that site. We are not responsible for the content on any linked sites.

Changes in these terms

We may change these terms of use at our discretion and without further notice.

Accordingly, we recommend that you check this page from time to time to review our current terms.

Your continued use of our website is deemed to be acceptance of the terms of use as amended from time to time. A copy of the current terms of use is displayed on our website at all times.


We do not represent that we hold the authorisations and approvals required to provide legal advice in all jurisdictions where the material on our website may be viewed or reviewed. You must ensure that access to and use of our website is in accordance with the laws of your jurisdiction.


Our commitment to the protection of your personal information

MBA Lawyers is committed to protecting your privacy. Set out below is our privacy policy commitment in respect of the personal information we collect and hold about you, and what we do with that information. Any personal information that we collect about you will only be used for the purposes for which we have collected it, or as allowed by law. Our commitment is to protect personal information we collect from you in accordance with all legal requirements, including but not limited to the Australian Privacy Principles (APP) and the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) and any other relevant law.

Personal information

When we refer to personal information we mean information or an opinion about an identified individual, or an individual who is reasonably identifiable. This information may include information or an opinion about you. The personal information we hold about you may also include sensitive information or credit information.

Credit information is information which is usually exchanged between credit and finance providers, credit reporting bodies and other entities that are involved in managing credit.

The kinds of personal information we may collect about you include your name, date of birth, address, bank account details, occupation, position, email addresses, phone numbers, social meda addresses, health information, financial information and any other information we may need to identify you or provide our services. We may collect personal information from you directly or indirectly. We will only collect personal information which is reasonably necessary for our functions and activities.

Credit information

In the course of providing legal services, we may collect and hold credit information. The type of credit information that we hold may include details of your liabilities in respect of consumer credit, default information, and information about court proceedings. If we collect or hold credit information we do so to assist in the management of the credit. You may access any credit information that we hold about you, seek correction of this information, or enquire about how we have used your credit information by using the contact details below.

Why we collect your personal information

We collect personal information for the purposes of providing the services you have requested and managing our relationship with you. This occurs when you seek legal advice from us, attend a seminar, sign up to receive information from us, apply for a position with us or provide services to us. We may also collect your personal information from our clients, where that information is necessary for us to act for them. We collect personal information that is necessary for us to perform and provide our services as lawyers to our clients, to develop and promote our services and to assist us with complying with all applicable legal and regulatory obligations and to operate our business generally.

We may use your personal information as required by or authorised by law.

Sensitive information

We may supplement the personal information that you provide with other information that we obtain from our dealings with you or from third parties in providing legal services.

It may be necessary in some circumstances in order to provide our services for us to collect sensitive information about you. Sensitive information is a class of personal information including but not limited to professional and trade industry memberships, financial information, health information and your criminal or civil penalty history. Sensitive information also includes any information about a person’s racial or ethnic origin, political opinion, membership of a political association, religious beliefs or affiliations, philosophical beliefs, sexual preferences or practices and certain genetic or biometric information. We will collect personal information that is sensitive information when it is reasonably necessary for us to provide our services. We will not ask you to disclose sensitive information unless it is necessary for providing our services to you. However, if you elect to provide unsolicited sensitive information, it may be captured and stored if it is reasonably necessary for our functions or activities (or if otherwise permitted by law).

Do we use cookies?

We use cookies in a limited manner when you visit our website, for the purpose of providing you with a better and more customised service. Cookies are not used by us to collect and store your personal information. A cookie is a small text placed on your computer by our webpage server. A cookie can later be retrieved by our webpage services. Cookies are frequently used on websites. You can choose if and how a cookie will be accepted by configuring your preferences and options in your internet browser.

We use cookies for different purposes such as:

  • to allocate a unique number to your internet browser;
  • to customise our website for you;
  • for statistical purposes;
  • for security purposes; or
  • to authenticate or identify whether you are registered on our website, without requiring you to re-enter details each time you log on to our website.

If at any time you do not wish to accept cookies or wish to delete existing cookies, you may manually configure your browser to refuse cookies or may manually delete existing cookies from your hard drive. However by deleting or refusing to accept cookies you may frustrate or hinder your access to or use of areas of our website.

IP addresses

Your IP address is the identifier for your computer when you are using the internet. It may be necessary for us to collect your IP address for your interaction with various parts of our website.

Do we disclose your personal information?

We may disclose your personal information the following parties:

  1. external service providers (including, without limitation, litigation funders), so they can provide a service we have contracted out or wish to contract out to them;
  2. companies that provide information and infrastructure systems, IT services or other services to us;
  3. anybody who represents you;
  4. anyone, where you have provided us consent;
  5. investors, agents, advisors, or any entity that has an interest in our business;
  6. third parties who have instructed us to provide services;
  7. organisations that provide products or services used or marketed by us; or
  8. other persons or entities as required or allowed by law.

We may use cloud storage to store the personal information we hold about you. The cloud storage and the IT servers may be located outside Australia. We may disclose your personal information to overseas entities.

From time to time we may use your personal information to provide you with current information about legal issues or events that you may find of interest. If you do not wish to receive marketing information, you may at any time decline to receive such information by telephoning us on (07) 5539 9688, by writing to us at, or if the direct marketing is by email you may also use the unsubscribe function in the email message.

Updating your personal information

It is important to us that the personal information we hold about you is accurate and up to date. During the course of our relationship with you we may ask you to inform us if any of your personal information has changed. If you wish to make any changes to your personal information, you may contact us. We will generally rely on you to ensure the information we hold about you is accurate or complete.

Access to and correction of your personal information

We will provide you with access to the personal information we hold about you (unless we are entitled to rely on an exemption under relevant legislation). You may request access to any of the personal information that we hold about you at any time. Depending on the type of request that you make, we may respond to your request immediately. Otherwise, we will usually respond to you within seven days of receiving your request. We may need to contact other entities to properly respond to your request.

There may be situations where we are not required to provide you with access to your personal information, for example if your request is vexatious. An explanation will be provided to you if we deny you access to the personal information we hold about you.

If any of the personal information we hold about you is incorrect, inaccurate or out of date, you may request that we correct the information. If appropriate, we will correct the personal information at the time of the request. Otherwise, we will usually provide an initial response to you within seven days of receiving your request. Usually we will provide you with details about whether we have corrected the personal information within 30 days.

We may need to consult with other entities to respond to your request. If we refuse to correct your personal information, we will provide you with our reasons for not correcting the information.

Using government identifiers

If we collect government identifiers, such as your tax file number, we will not use or disclose this information other than as required or authorised by law.

Doing business without identifying you

In most circumstances it will be necessary for us to identify you in order to successfully do business with you. However, where it is lawful and practicable to do so, we will offer you the opportunity to do business with us without providing us with personal information. Generally, the nature of the work we carry out for our clients and the activities of the firm mean that there is no effective way for us to deal with clients who wish to remain anonymous or to use a pseudonym when dealing with us. If you do not consent to our collection of personal information we may not be able to provide legal services to you.

How safe and secure is your personal information that we hold?

We will take reasonable steps to protect the security of your personal information.

What to do if you are not satisfied with the way we handle your personal information

If you are dissatisfied with how we have dealt with your personal information, or you have a complaint about our compliance with the Privacy Act, please contact us on the details below. We will usually acknowledge your complaint within seven days, and provide you with a substantive response to your complaint within 30 days. If you are dissatisfied with our response you may make a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner who can be contacted via the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner website ( or on 1300 363 992.

Further information

You may request further information about the way we manage your personal information by contacting us on the details below.

Changes in our privacy policy

We regularly review all of our policies and attempt to keep up to date with market expectations. Technology is constantly changing, as are the law and marketplace practices.

As a consequence we may change this privacy policy from time to time.

This version of this privacy policy is dated July 2023.

Contact details:

Level 1, Shop 5003, Robina Town Centre

Robina QLD 4226

PO Box 3516

Robina Town Centre QLD 4230

T +61 7 5539 9688

F +61 7 5538 2651

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