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Brett Hearnden
Brett Hearnden

With a focus on achieving commercial and timely resolutions for his clients, Brett is one of our most highly regarded lawyers practising in commercial litigation, dispute resolution, regulatory prosecutions and debt recovery.

Brett is one of our lead dispute resolution partners in Sydney whose practice is focussed on regulatory prosecutions and administrative law. Brett leads an experienced team who represent our government clients’ prosecutions, regulatory offences and defending those clients’ administrative decisions when a review has been sought. The team also defends our commercial, government and private clients in a broad range of prosecutions and proactively assists them in managing their compliance.

Brett appears as an advocate for both prosecution and the defence, acting on the full spectrum of offences, ranging from occupational health and safety, to taxation and transport issues. He is one of New South Wales’ leading authorities on compliance with road transport regulations, and an advisor to key industry stakeholders on the impact and effectiveness of new enforcement technology.


Brett also conducts administrative and judicial reviews for public sector and commercial clients, and appears in many disciplinary hearings.

Brett’s diverse and sought after skills have seen him represent clients in coronial inquests and appear before the Independent Commissioner against Corruption and the Royal Commission into the New South Wales Police Service.

With a focus on achieving good policy, commercial and timely outcomes, Brett ensures his long-lasting clients remain highly-satisfied. 

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Sydney City
T: +61 2 9391 3189
F: +61 2 9391 3099
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Areas of practice
  • Commercial litigation
  • Dispute resolution
  • Regulatory prosecutions
  • Debt recovery
  • Bachelor of Laws, University of Technology Sydney


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