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Mark Harley helps businesses protect their commercial interests by advising on and enforcing their legal rights — through both preventive measures and, if necessary, litigation. Mark has practised in commercial law, commercial litigation and insolvency law for more than 10 years. He established Boss Lawyers in 2014.
With degrees in law and information technology, as well as being a director of several companies, Mark speaks the language of business owners and has a first hand understanding of the issues facing his clients.
Mark has represented clients in a wide range of litigation matters and has considerable experience in asset structuring, corporate and commercial matters.
- Bachelor of Laws, Queensland University of Technology, 2007
- Bachelor of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology, 2007
- Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Queensland, 2008
- Solicitor of the High Court of Australia, 2008
Professional Publications and Committees
- Member of the Queensland Law Society
- Law and Legislation Portfolio Councillor – Australian Institute of Credit Management (2017 – 2019)
- Pro Bono Lawyer – Arts Law Centre of Australia (2012 – 2018)
- Past Member, Queensland Law Society Access to Justice & Ethics (2014 – 2016)
- “Changes to the Postal Evidence Rule”, Volume 26, No 2, December 2018, Legal Publication for the Australian Institute of Credit Management
- “Till Debt do us Part”, Volume 26, No 3, March 2019, Legal Publication for the Australian Institute of Credit Management
- Principal, Boss Lawyers, 2014 to present
- Solicitor, Tucker & Cowen, 2011 – 2014
- Solicitor / Associate, Rostron & Carlyle, 2009 -2011
- Law Clerk / Solicitor, Kenny & Co, 2006 – 2008
Commercial Litigation and Insolvency Experience
- corporate insolvency litigation
- bankruptcy litigation
- professional negligence claims
- partnership disputes, joint venture disputes
- intellectual property litigation;
- Public Examinations
- property joint ventures, trust, financing disputes
- commercial lease disputes
- specific performance, restitution and other specialty remedies
- rent review issues.
I’ve been working as a lawyer exclusively in commercial litigation and dispute resolution since 2010. In that time, I have acted for individuals, partnerships, trustees and private companies in a variety of matters and court and tribunal proceedings, and I have developed a particular interest in assisting clients with issues arising from contractual and building and construction disputes. My approach to commercial disputes is pragmatic and outcome-orientated. I work with our clients to understand their issues, and to provide them with practical advice and quality service aimed at protecting and pursuing their interests, and obtaining the best possible outcome in the most cost-effective way. I am admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of Queensland and the High Court of Australia.