Corporate & Commercial
Mergers & Acquisitions
Contracts Review and Negotiation
Competition & Consumer Law
Commercial & Corporate Advisory
Regulatory enforcement & investigations (including ASIC and ACCC)
Shareholder & joint venture agreements
Simon Griesz is a partner at Brown Wright Stein and has over the last 20 years developed in depth experience in commercial law which has been enhanced with experience in litigation and dispute resolution law.
Simon acts on behalf of owner managed businesses, national companies, retail businesses and investors in various industries, including retail, property, manufacturing and financial services.
He advises clients in various areas including:
Mergers and acquisitions
General commercial transactions, including, shareholder agreements, joint ventures, partnerships and loan and security documents
Dealing with ACCC investigations
Consumer protection law
Simon enjoys guiding clients to achieve their desired business goals and taking a collaborative approach, working with clients and their other professional advisers and providing them with practical solutions. He takes pride in providing quality professional advice and service to help clients to obtain practical outcomes to challenging problems and plan strategically for the future.
When the GFC hit and banks got tough refusing to rollover finance for commercial property, Simon guided some of his small business clients in successfully dealing with banks that were aggressively seeking to take possession of their commercial properties.
When commercial disputes arise or regulatory investigations are undertaken, Simon assists clients to reach a commercial resolution, rather than go down the path of litigation, which is expensive and time consuming for clients. His experience enables him to provide practical advice and solutions.
The Law Society of New South Wales
Director on the Board of Management of Masada College and one of Masada College's deputies at the Jewish Board of Deputies
Bachelor of Commerce, University of New South Wales
Bachelor of Laws, University of New South Wales