Peter Moore

Senior Lawyer


  • Bachelor of Jurisprudence, Bachelor of Laws (Monash University)
  • Law Institute of Victoria Accredited Specialist in Commercial Law
  • Formerly accredited adviser with Family Business Australia
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Peter Moore Danaher Moulton

Meet Peter


Peter is a veteran business lawyer who brings more than 40 years’ experience and a highly pragmatic approach to complex commercial and corporate matters. He offers comprehensive strategic advice to business owners, steering them through various issues from operational structures to generational change and transitions.

Legal areas of expertise

  • Acquisition & disposal of businesses
  • Business Structures
  • Shareholder Agreements
  • Buy/Sell Agreements
  • Commercial Property Acquisition & Disposal
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Company & Trust advice
  • Employment Issues
  • Franchising Law
  • Liquor Licensing
  • Intellectual Property, including Trade Marks
  • Joint Ventures
  • Wills & Estate Planning
  • Residential Property

Key industries

  • Family owned businesses
  • Private businesses
  • Trusts

Extra work/interests

Peter is a member of the Glenferrie chapter of Rotary, and is heavily involved in the Boroondara Farmers Market. He is a Law Institute of Victoria member. Outside of the office, Peter enjoys the good things in life ( books, good food and AFL footy) and spending time with his wife Janet and their family.

Recent projects / Experience

Helped draft an agreement for a joint venture between real estate agents for a virtual agency. Peter set out the rights and responsibilities, and advised on the structure after discussions with the client and his accountant.

Prepared a shareholders agreement and family constitution for an equipment leasing company. Settled an agreement among family members who were both involved and not involved in the business.

Provided advice to a small business client on real estate assets that were to be rezoned and disposed of, including the contract structure and the best way to realise the property.