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David is a founding partner of Lewis Blyth & Hooper and has practiced at the firm since it was formed in 1986.
Having worked in the legal sector for over 35 years, David and his practice is focused on helping businesses organise, reorganise and expand.
David has extensive experience as a commercial lawyer, and can provide advice for a wide range of commercial matters, in addition to drafting, negotiating and reviewing complex commercial agreements. David has particular expertise in advising in relation to building matters and disputes, property matters and business structures including trusts, partnerships and companies.
David is also a practising Notary Public and can prepare, witness, administer, certify and notarise important legal documents.
Steven is a founding partner of Lewis Blyth & Hooper and an experienced trial lawyer with more than 25 years’ experience in local government and planning law.
Steven has practiced from Gosnells since 1983 and from the firm’s Gosnells office since it opened its doors in 1986. He now provides a variety of services to a diverse clientele across many areas of law, with particular emphasis on litigation, criminal law, personal injuries, family law, wills and probate and estate matters.
In the course of his career, Steven has travelled to all parts of Western Australia, conducting trials and appearing as instructing solicitor and counsel in most criminal and civil jurisdictions, including the Supreme Court, District Court, Magistrates Courts and the State Administrative Tribunal.
Aaron began practising in Western Australia in 2010 and joined Lewis Blyth & Hooper as a Commercial Solicitor in February 2013.
Aaron is an experienced Commercial Solicitor, and provides our clients with sound, timely and cost effective advice on a wide range of commercial matters and disputes.
Aaron has particular expertise in providing our clients with advice concerning estate planning, trusts, power of attorney and power of guardianship, inheritance claims, probate and deceased estates.
Kristy joined Lewis Blyth & Hooper in 2010 after graduating from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of Commerce. She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in 2011.
Kristy practices primarily as a litigation lawyer, and has acted on behalf of many individuals and corporations, which sees her appearing regularly in a number of jurisdictions including the Federal Court of Australia, Supreme Court, District Court, Magistrates Courts and State Administrative Tribunal.
Kristy has particular expertise in corporate matters including directors’ duties and sale of business agreements, employment law including unfair dismissal and restraint of trade, personal property securities, negligence matters, deceased estate litigation, insolvency and bankruptcy matters, building and property disputes and debt recovery.
Chris has practiced at Lewis Blyth & Hooper since 2014, predominantly in the area of Criminal Law.
Having originally practiced at the Australian Taxation Office, in Litigation, and Prosecutions, Chris has a focus on resolving matters in an efficient manner whilst still obtaining the optimal outcome.
Chris has experience in all jurisdictions, having appeared in and conducted trials in the Magistrate’s Court, and also having instructed and appeared as Junior Counsel, in the District Court, Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and the High Court.
Robert was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in March 2015 and has worked at Lewis Blyth and Hooper since April 2015.
Robert practices exclusively in Family Law working closely alongside Family Law partner Suzanne Holgate on property and child related matters.
Robert adopts Sue’s client focused, sensitive and results orientated approach in his daily practice with emphasis on client communication.
Jessica graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2015 with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce.
She was admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of Western Australia in December 2016.
Since joining Lewis Blyth & Hooper, Jessica has been practicing primarily in commercial law and has advised on a range of matters including property law and strata title disputes, commercial leasing arrangements, purchase and sale of businesses transactions and debt recovery matters.