Josh assists growth companies with their corporate and commercial legal issues, focussing on the energy and resources and technology sectors.
Josh regularly assists clients with capital raisings, business and company acquisitions, directors’ and shareholder disputes, shareholder and joint-venture agreements.
Josh previously worked for NZX, the operator of New Zealand’s securities, derivatives and electricity markets, where he was involved in conducting investigations and proceedings into breaches of NZX’s Listing and Participant Rules and also assisting in NZX’s corporate activities, including the establishment of New Zealand’s central counter-party clearing house and acting as company secretary for LINK Market Services NZ (share registry).
Josh is currently recruiting for a Corporate Lawyer to join his team. Learn more about the opportunity here.
‘Josh Steele is our main commercial lawyer and he has taken upon himself to get a deep understanding of our business and people; in some ways, we see Josh as an employee rather than a consultant and that is the way it should be. He is available 24/7 and understands when mission-critical activities arise that he needs to be on top of them and deliver which he does to the highest standard. his work and advice have been flawless.’
The Legal 500 Asia-Pacific: Natural resources (transactions and regulatory), 2021 edition – Testimonials
- The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: Australia – Recommended for Energy (transactions and regulatory) – 2020 edition
- The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: Australia – Recommended for Natural resources (transactions and regulatory) – 2021 & 2022 editions
- The Legal 500 Asia Pacific: Australia – Key lawyer for Corporate and M&A – 2022 edition
- Barrister and Solicitor, High Court of New Zealand
- Member, Queensland Petroleum & Exploration Association
14 February 2022
Temporary measures made permanent: Corporations Amendment (Meetings and Documents) Bill 2021 passed by the SenateRead More
18 February 2021
Frydenberg gives listed companies a shield against continuous disclosure breachesRead More
02 June 2016
Extending the reach of environmental protection in QLD – What the ‘Chain of Responsibility’ means...Read More
07 August 2015
The Mariner / Austock decision: A vote in favour of Directors taking calculated commercial risksRead More
19 November 2021
Monetisation of non-core assets to develop emerging advanced materials businessRead More
20 November 2020
Diversification of project portfolio while avoiding re-compliance with Chapters 1 and 2 for ASX CompanyRead More
05 December 2019