Why CG Lawyers
Since opening its doors in 2006, CG Lawyers has expanded to its new office in Sydney’s lower North Shore, while still operating a branch office in the Inner West. The firm provides personal and caring legal advice, explaining the legal steps and processes to you.
CG Lawyers specialises in intellectual property law, in particular trade marks and copyright in both commercial and dispute contexts for business people. We have a particular niche in acting for those in the fine arts sector and also for creative professionals such as artisans, artists, authors, creative agencies, designers, marketers and publishing houses.
CG Lawyers also provides advice on commercial law issues such as purchases of businesses, shareholder agreements, employment agreements, terms and conditions of trade and privacy policies.
CG Lawyers not only represents individuals, but also consults at executive management level, working alongside in-house teams across a broad range of organisations including toy shops and liquor store chains.
More recently, CG Lawyers has been acting in an increasing number of civil cases involving child victims of sexual assault suing their perpetrators, and the institutions of which the perpetrators were part, for compensation.
CG Lawyers focuses on its areas of specialisation and respects the value of your time, and the sense of urgency that you may feel.
CG LAWYERS – AS UNIQUE AS YOU AND YOUR BUSINESS.
CG Lawyers is here to:
- consider what is involved in achieving your goals and present options to you
- outline a strategy to achieve your goals, at the earliest opportunity
- adjust strategy when circumstances call for that
What do our clients like best about CG Lawyers? The fact that we can be reached quickly and easily with a direct telephone call.
Cara Ghassemian, Principal
In her service offering, Cara combines over 20 years post-admission experience with postgraduate qualifications in law and in the management of business and technology as well as ongoing legal education in her fields. An academic highlight was that, whilst undertaking further tertiary study (in fine art), Cara was invited to join the Golden Key International Honour Society for high achieving University students.
Early career highlights included her involvement in the Children of God Case (1992) and the Iranian Embassy Incident Case (1993).
In addition to her private practice Cara has also tutored in the Law Faculty at the University of Technology, Sydney and also at the College of Law, Sydney.
On a personal level Cara remains a patron and supporter of the arts.