Queensland Lawyer and Director of Emanate Legal with offices in Brisbane, Townsville and Roma
Professional negotiator and lawyer/solicitor
Barry Taylor is the Director of Emanate Legal, which has offices in Brisbane, Townsville and Roma.
He has developed a wealth of experience and specialist expertise in relation to corporate and property law, compensation, local government, strategic town planning, environment, native title and major project management.
As a lawyer, he has built a reputation as a great advocate in all facets of commercial and infrastructure law.
As a legal specialist in agribusiness and commercial negotiation, Barry Taylor and his team of commercial lawyers assist clients with land resumption issues, succession planning for primary producers and also land/vegetation clearing matters.
More about Barry Taylor
Lawyer, Supreme Court of Queensland
Lawyer, High Court of Australia
Lawyer, Supreme Court of Northern Territory
Lawyer, Supreme Court of New South Wales
Queensland Law Society Approved Mediator
Director, numerous business corporations
Member, Urban Development Institute of Australia
High Court of New Zealand
"A quick mind, phenomenal memory and an easy going charm.”
Taylor has in excess of thirty (30) years legal, corporate, business and development experience.
Barry Taylor practices almost exclusively in the commercial law field and his respected legal advice, which is noted for combining common sense and practicality for an outcome with sound technical expertise, has been sought after by many of Townsville’s most significant public and private entities.
The Townsville City Council, Townsville Port Authority, James Cook University, Juniper Development Group, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Lancini Group of Companies, Hughes/Georgina Grazing, Mirvac Group, Parkside Group, City Pacific Group, CEC Group, Rea Group, Koorelah Farms, Pricewaterhousecoopers, Tipalea Feedlot Group, Menegazzo Group, McClymont Group and a host of other NQ contributors to the success of the “Townsville story” have all benefited from the reliability and commercial astuteness of Barry’s advice.
Taylor has practiced in major resumption / land injury matters throughout Queensland and Northern Territory including negotiating and documenting a range of compensation agreements on behalf of both landowners and constructing authorities to ensure beneficial outcomes to clients. High Court Justice Ian Callinan (in Marshall v Department of Transport) determined that compensation is damage and damage is only satisfied by cash.
Taylor has practiced in major planning and environmental, property, corporate and business areas of law throughout Queensland, the Northern Territory and Papua New Guinea including negotiating and documenting a range of international commercial agreements in a number of countries including China, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and the United States.