Paul Kallenbach

Paul Kallenbach is an internationally recognised expert in technology law, having acted for icon names in Australian and international business.

His leading practice traverses multiple public and private industry sectors including financial services, mining and resources, government, health, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, ecommerce and telecommunications.

Paul’s wide-ranging expertise spans strategic and global outsourcing, procurement and supply, technology contracting, licensing and commercialisation, ecommerce, privacy and content regulation, and intellectual property.

In addition to his formidable legal know-how, Paul brings a heightened understanding and sharp commercial focus to technology transactions, having established and managed a software start-up.

Some long-standing clients include Medibank Private, Port of Melbourne Corporation and WorkSafe Victoria.

Amongst his many independent peer accolades, Chambers Global singles Paul out as a ‘bright man and a good negotiator’ who ‘really knows his stuff’.

Paul is a frequent commentator, platform speaker, author and guest lecturer on a wide range of legal and commercial issues across the technology sphere.

Melbourne Airport Southern Precinct Project

Assisted in its redevelopment of the Southern Precinct of Melbourne Airport and the provision of facilities at the new terminal to Jetstar and Tiger Airways.

OneSky: Airservices Australia Air Traffic Control Futures Systems project

Advising Airservices Australia on the procurement of a replacement air traffic control system (OneSky) for the whole of Australia. Airservices Australia is working closely with the Department of Defence, with the joint objective of realising harmonisation between civilian and military air traffic control systems and operations.

SCA Joint Venture with Pacific Equity Partners

Advised SCA, a global consumer brands company, on all aspects of a 50% joint venture with funds advised by Pacific Equity Partners (PEP). The transaction involves a restructure of SCA's Australia and New Zealand business, together with a complex leveraged finance package. It is the SCA Group's first joint venture with private equity.