Jun Wu was admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria in 2014. He was born in Shanghai and moved to Australia 15 years ago. Speaking fluently English and Mandarin, Shanghai’s Dialect. Jun has seen many of the immigrants struggle with legal problems, especially when they have communication barriers. Therefore, Jun aims to provide bilingual legal services to ease client’s understanding of legal issues.
Jun mainly practice property law, especially legal affairs related to overseas investors investing in Australian residential and commercial real estate. For instance, the overseas investment law (FATA & FIRB), etc.
With the wealth of working experience associated with large-scale investment in Australian real estate, Jun has a diverse clientele, including individuals, companies with complex structures and overseas government agencies, and so on. Jun also successfully assist his overseas clients in completing the few hundred million worth of commercial real estates acquisition in Australia.
Besides of property law, Jun also practice in Commercial and Intellectual Property (IP) areas. Despite Jun seeing many of the businessmen does not understand the importance of IP to a business, but he always encourage his clients that IP is a protection to the business, just like an insurance: you may need it to stand a ground when you were accused of infringing someone’s IP or other possible.
Besides property law, Jun also practice in Commercial and Intellectual Property (IP) areas. Sometimes, clients do not understand the importance of IP to a business, but Jun always encourages his clients that registering an IP is seemingly like protection to their business. What could be better when you have the exclusive right to use your logo or design and have no fear of IP infringement issues. Which an IP infringement may harm your business that unexpectedly, please see CHOWBUS incident as alert.
Jun speaks both English and Mandarin fluently.