Brendan completed a Bachelor of Business degree with the University of Queensland before relocating to the United Kingdom to work with a London based international marketing and public relations company. In 2009 he returned to Australia , where he obtained a post-graduate Juris Doctor degree.
Brendan Nyst heads the Dispute Resolution and Litigation and Commercial, Corporate and Property teams at Nyst Legal conducting civil and commercial litigation at all levels in all state courts, as well as in the federal jurisdiction. His clientele includes many state-wide and national entities. He has a broad experience in representing individual clients, particularly in the fields of plaintiff defamation, contract dispute, shareholder disputes and estate litigation. He also has experience navigating Family Law property disputes involving family businesses.
Brendan works closely with Special Counsel John Ellis on a range of major commercial and property transactions, and has broad knowledge and experience in property and front-end commercial work.
Successfully resolved commercial disputes involving various high-profile corporate entities including but not limited to Freechoice Australia, Ladbrokes, Highgrove Trading, LifeFlight Australia and L & F Transfers.
Acted in a number of high-profile defamation disputes, several of which are now important precedents within the area of defamation in Queensland.
Guided numerous complex Intellectual property disputes for established companies such as Brandpoint Pty Ltd and Spectrum Homes Pty Ltd.
Represented Brendan Abbott in his successful Supreme Court Appeal against the Queensland Parole Board.
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Whether your matter is civil, criminal or commercial in nature, our team at Nyst Legal has all the experience, expertise and diligence necessary to ensure that you achieve the absolute best available result.